Write Breathe Perform: Full day masterclass with Candy Royalle
Write Breathe Perform is an intensive, full day workshop with Candy Royalle for all humans pursuing the art of expression. Part carthasis/part craft building, the day is an exploration of vulnerability and creation, confidence and inspiration. For those who have never wielded a pen as a sword right through to those whose pens are their livelihood, the only prerequisite is a willingness to take risks and be brave in a space specifically made absolutely safe.
Some (but not all) of the things we'll cover:
- Writing techniques and exercises: Activate the mind with exercises designed to help you establish a base from which to create.
- Tackling writers block: Writers block is usually a symptom of negative self talk. The workshop endeavours to help combat critical inner monologues.
- Editing: Good writing = good editing. We look at how to edit your own work as well as others’, including how to deliver constructive criticism.
- The ethical obligations of creators: A discussion and exploration of what it is we as artists and human beings might be obligated to express, respect or discuss in our work.
- Writing for the self: The cathartic experience of expression.
- Writing for the stage: Preparing work and the self in order to share the work whether it be with friends or on stage.
- Managing nerves: The magic of mindfulness as a tool in controlling nerves.
- Breathing techniques: Harnessing mindfulness and breath for self confidence.
- Performance exercises and warm ups: Basic exercises to prepare your body for performance.
- Performance techniques: Help in assessing work for performance.
- Confidence building: By the end of the workshop you will be well prepared to share your work in front of an audience.
Workshop fee is $100 unwaged and $150 waged. $20 deposit required to reserve a place. Workshops always sell out so best to get in quick to avoid disappointment. To reserve a place you must email email@example.com.
Returning students: Receive a 10% discount. There is new content in this masterclass and you should find it as challenging as the first one you attended.