Of Art and Flash Fiction
SWF3 (SWF For Families)
DATE / TIME
11 Nov, Sun
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
VENUENational Gallery Singapore, Keppel Centre for Art Education
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This session is in English
Learn to craft flash fiction inspired by visual art in this workshop by writer and art historian, Eva Wong Nava. Participants will first go on a short guided tour to view selected artworks, including ‘National Language Class’ by renowned painter Chua Mia Tee. Then, uncover the basics of flash fiction and learn how to use the paintings and their characters as prompts for writing stories.
This session is recommended for Intermediate and Advanced-level writers of ages 11 to 14.
Seats for the workshop are limited.
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Eva Wong Nava
UK - Singapore
Eva Wong Nava is a flash fiction writer and an art historian. Her children’s book, Open: A Boy’s Wayang Adventure, encourages young readers to be more compassionate to individuals on the autism spectrum. Open was recently awarded the bronze medal for pre-teen fiction (general) at the Moonbeam Children's Book Awards in the USA.