London Writers’ Week is delighted to be hosting the first University Women in the Arts free event.
This new scheme is designed to provide access to the advice of 15 women leading the way in the arts and is particularly targeted at female students studying arts subjects at Universities in the UK, but anyone is welcome to attend the free public events.
Kate Rowland is the founder of BBC Writersroom, former Creative Director of New Writing at the BBC, and former Head of BBC Radio Drama,
Kate will be In Conversation with Director of London Writers’ Week and co-creator of University Women in the Arts Jennifer Tuckett, discussing her career and offering advice and top tips for any woman wanting to work in the arts.
For more information on University Women in the Arts, please click here
This discussion is for you if…
- You’re a woman studying the arts at University level in the UK
- You’re a women who wants to work in the arts or works in the art and wants advice on this subject
- You are interested in this subject matter
Kate Rowland is the founder of BBC Writersroom, the former Creative Director of New Writing at the BBC and former Head of BBC Radio Drama.
Date: Thursday July 7th 2016
Times: 4pm – 5pm
Location: Central Saint Martins, Granary Building, 1 Granary Square, King’s Cross, London, N1C 4AA
Event capacity: 80