Gandel Storytelling Workshop: Sue Dymoke
Share in the delight of all things poetry and bring your most imaginative self forward!
In this online workshop recording, passionate young writers are invited to explore the art of poetry with published Poet and Associate Professor Sue Dymoke.
Sue shares the unusual artefacts she has discovered in the Library’s vast digitised collection and shows young writers how to draw inspiration from the world around them to create impactful poems.
This workshop is best suited to children aged 9-12 years old.
This program is supported by Melbourne UNESCO City of Literature, City of Melbourne and the Gandel Foundation.
Pauline Gandel Children’s Quarter, supported by Gandel Foundation, is a purpose-built space for children and families to read, learn and play, with an associated program of activities.
About Sue Dymoke
Sue Dymoke is a poet, researcher and educator, and an associate professor at Nottingham Trent University. She is passionate about how young people can learn to write, read, perform, and listen to poetry.
Sue has published three poetry collections and was selected as a Melbourne UNESCO City of Literature, Virtual Writer-in-Residence for 2021/22.