The History Council of NSW is sponsoring four students to attend the Professional Historians Association NSW & ACT’s (PHA) ‘History Writing Workshop’ with award-winning author, Dr Mark Tredinnick. The workshop will take place at History House, 133 Macquarie St, Sydney, at 10am to 4pm, Saturday 23 July 2016. The HCNSW will cover the cost of each students’ ticket, valued at $75 per ticket (plus Eventbrite fees). This will be a great opportunity for students to learn tips in writing history as well as the chance to connect with professionals working in the field of history.
Mark Tredinnick, winner of the Montreal Poetry Prize (2011) and the Cardiff Poetry Prize (2012), is the author of The Blue Plateau, Fire Diary, and nine other acclaimed works of poetry and prose. Dr Tredinnick talks and teaches widely on writing, landscape, justice and ecology. For over a decade he has run writing programs at the University of Sydney and at writers’ centres in Australia and the United States. He teaches grammar and composition, and he consults, on writing matters, with clients in business and government.
Entries close 5pm, Thursday 21 July 2016
If you have any questions or problems using this form, please contact the History Council’s Executive Officer, Nicole Cama: firstname.lastname@example.org
CONDITIONS OF ENTRY:
This application form is ONLY open to students currently enrolled in a history course at an educational institution in Australia. One application per student will be accepted. Each selected student’s ticket will be sponsored by the HCNSW and is non-transferrable. Travel expenses will not be covered by the HCNSW. Entries close 5pm, Thursday 21 July 2016 and will be drawn out of a hat at random.
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