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Critical writing workshop

November 9, 2016

Critical writing is a creative practice of its own, and oftentimes exists in the slippage between non-fiction and fiction writing. For those interested in this, particularly at a time when media practices are undergoing a considerable change, this workshop looks to unpack what it means to write critically in a creative and intelligent way.

Be prepared to engage in discussion, around specific texts, but also to bring in questions and queries of your own. There will be a small writing task and an opportunity to receive individual feedback on the written work.

Current T–A–J resident Skye Arundhati Thomas is a freelance writer and editor, and has written for The Photographer’s Gallery, The BFI, The Royal Opera House and Montez Press, among others. She was chief editor on an anthology of essays on property, ownership and access, entitled ‘Honey, I’m Home’, most recently on display at the British Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale. Having completed an MA in Critical Writing from the Royal College of Art in London, she has finished writing a collection of essays on the photographs of Homai Vyarawalla. She is primarily interested in portraiture through writing – of people, of place and of objects. She comes from a background of History of Art and Philosophy, with a special focus on feminism, gender studies and postcolonial theory.

Participants: Limited to 20, please RSVP by email to reserve your spot
For queries and to register, please write to

Saturday | 12th November 2016

2, Berlie Street,
Langford Town,

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