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【臺灣文學基地】Alice Shy 駐村系列講座|Help me(臺北)/【TLB】Alice Shy WiR Regular Activity|Help me (Location: Taipei)
Session Information
Number of Sessions Registration Period Venue Attendance Limit Lecturer/Guest Speaker Register Here Guest List  
(04/13)創意寫作工作坊 1: Describe Me Your Feelings 2024/04/03 10:00
~ 2024/04/13 15:00
googleMap連結 臺文基地 繆思苑 20 Alice Shy
(04/20)創意寫作工作坊 2: The Wounds and the Healing 2024/04/03 10:00
~ 2024/04/20 15:00
googleMap連結 臺文基地 繆思苑 20 Alice Shy
(04/27)創意寫作工作坊 3: The Healing Potential of Love 2024/04/03 10:00
~ 2024/04/27 15:00
googleMap連結 臺文基地 繆思苑 20 Alice Shy Available Slots: 17

 


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為鼓勵臺灣文學與文化創作,並促進創作者與產業界媒合,特邀請入住「臺灣文學基地-繆思苑」的駐村作家舉辦活動,實現「看得見的作者」與「看得見的讀者」雙向交流。
Event Details

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 駐村作家系列講座/WiR Regular Activity 

Help me

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 駐村作家/Writers-in-Residence 

 Alice Shy

 

  • 畢業於布拉格國際藝術學院與布拉格大都會大學
    Graduated from the International ART CAMPUS Prague and the Metropolitan University Prague.
  • 致力於創作結合心理學的青年奇幻小說
    Focuses on creating fantasy novels for young adults with emphasis on psychology.
  • 熱情洋溢的藝術愛好者
    An enthusiastic art lover.
  • 現於捷克文學博物館擔任館長助理
    Currently works as an assistant of the Director of the Museum of Czech Literature.

 


 

 創意寫作工作坊 1/Creative Writing Workshop 1 

Describe Me Your Feelings

 

  時間/Date   04/13(六/Sat.)15:00 - 17:00

  地點/Location   繆思苑/Muse Garden

 

During the creative writing workshop every participant will receive a piece of a fruit, a candy, a drink, and a savory snack that will be prepared for the workshop. Everyone will eat the food and drink the beverage and then describe what and how they feel after the consumption. Participants will write their feeling on the paper and then read their creation to everybody, if they wish. The discussion will follow during which everybody can share their opinion and interesting ideas about the written texts. Participants will also receive suggestions on how to successfully write a literary text, a story or a book.

Alice will then randomly choose one of the texts from each category of food and use it in her story with the permission of the authors.

* If participants have any food sensitivity or allergy, they should inform TLB at registration.
  如有任何食物過敏,請於報名時註明。

 

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 創意寫作工作坊 2/Creative Writing Workshop 2 

The Wounds and the Healing

 

  時間/Date   04/20(六/Sat.)15:00 - 17:00

  地點/Location   繆思苑/Muse Garden

 

Alice would like to invite participants of the workshop to discuss what they think can hurt people psychologically the most and what they think is the best way to heal the wounds. Then the participants will write short reflection essays from which Alice will randomly choose one and use it in the novelette with the permission of the author. Participants will also receive suggestions on how to successfully write a literary text, a story or a book.

 

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 創意寫作工作坊 3/Creative Writing Workshop 3 

The Healing Potential of Love

 

  時間/Date   04/27(六/Sat.)15:00 - 17:00

  地點/Location   繆思苑/Muse Garden

 

The weekend activity will be a discussion and a creative writing workshop about the possible healing potential of love. The participants will be invited to create short stories or write short reflection essays about the theme of the workshop. Results of their creative process will influence the destiny of the main characters of Alice's story ( will they fall in love, become best friends, heal through their mutual feelings or will they experience unrequited love? ). Participants will also receive suggestions on how to successfully write a literary text, a story or a book.

 


 

注意:以上系列活動將以英語進行 (提供華語逐步口譯)The creative writing workshops will be in English.

 

Registration Information

1.於本平台線上報名,活動免費參加。

2.活動開始前30分鐘開放報到入場。

 

 

Registration Terms

個人資料蒐集、處理、利用同意書

 

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三、個人資料利用之期間、地區、對象與方式

期間:活動報名日起至活動結束後3個月內。

地區:中華民國境內。

對象:由本館自行利用。

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請求停止蒐集、處理、利用或請求刪除,惟因本館執行業務所必須者,本館得不依請求為之。

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