Reflective Writing: Writing for a range of audiences (and how to identify them)
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In this this session we will look at writing for different audiences and how we can for example take one piece of work, a research study for example and present the findings in a range of different formats which are inviting and appropriate for your target audiences.
Places are limited to 12 for sessions 2 and 3, so spaces will be allocated on a first come first served basis. If you find you are unable to attend the session please send apologies to email@example.com as soon as possible and at least two working days before the session date so we can offer all spaces out.
Prior to session 2 please undertake the following task:
Research possible audiences for your writing, chose one and write up to 500 words on a topic of your choice in a style which you think would appeal to your target audience.
Nicola Naismith is an academic and visual artist who works on the MA Art and Social Practice programme at Shetland UHI. She leads the Reflective and Ethical Practitioner, and Professional Practice Modules and supports artists through mentoring and coaching. Nicola uses writing across her teaching, research and visual art practice as a way of sharing perspectives, promoting discussion and building networks.
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