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Spain comes to Utrecht

Last updated 2 years ago by Jon Wilkins

Well here’s a thing! We are of course a highly popular, highly addictive English language web site, but we reach out to all nationalities. We have been featuring our friends from other communities as we know that Utrecht is a wonderfully diverse city and we love to hear their views on living abroad and how they see the Dutch. It is all highly educational and instructive and we can all learn from what they have to say.

On that note I will reintroduce you all to Belen, who we featured in our “A señora in Utrecht series.”

Belen is going to teach a creative writing course at the Instituto Cervantes of Utrecht from the end of January until April if there are enough students registered, and she would like to reach out to you all to see if anyone is interested in attending and learning. The course will be held in Spanish but students would be able to write either in Spanish, English or Catalan.

It will be a Practical course of creative writing

From Wednesday 23th January to Wednesday 17 April

The main goal of the course is to offer the students some techniques which could help them to unblock their own literary creativity and help it to be released and used. To do so, practical exercises and games will be played, individually and in group. During the two hour lessons held every two weeks you will work with creative writing over two bases: narrativity and language. In every session, new resources will be introduced and explained using practical examples and games in order to really interiorize them.

Previous requirements: A will to have fun writing. Reading, speaking and comprehension skills in Spanish (from B2). A will  to tell stories in the most creative and unique way that exists within you. It is NOT NECESSARY to be a writer or to want to become one.

For our Spanish friends:

Taller de escritura – Curso práctico de escritura creativa (a partir de B2) (170-EP-C-02-E2)

Level: E2

Language: Español

Start date: Miércoles, 23 enero, 2019

Finish date: Miércoles, 17 abril, 2019

Horario: Mi:18:30-20:30;

Descripción:

El objetivo del curso es ofrecerle al alumno de técnicas para desbloquear su propia creatividad literaria y facilitar que la ponga en práctica a través de ejercicios y juegos individuales y en grupo. En las clases, de 2 horas por sesión y con regularidad quincenal, se trabajará la escritura creativa en base a dos ejes: la narración y el lenguaje. En cada sesión, se realizarán juegos/actividades que servirán para presentar los recursos que se trabajarán en esa clase, se explicará brevemente de forma teórica las herramientas en sí mismas mostrando ejemplos y se realizará otra actividad o juego para ponerlas en práctica.

Requerimientos previos: Ganas de divertirse escribiendo. Competencias de lectura, comprensión y expresión oral en lengua castellana (a partir de B2) para no nativos. Ganas de aprender a explicar el mundo de la forma más creativa y única que existe: la de uno mismo. ¡No es necesario ser escritor/a ni querer serlo!

Miércoles 18:30 – 20:30

Well there you go. Why not pop along?

Instituto Cervantes of Utrecht on the Domplein.

Jon Wilkins
Jon Wilkins
Jon Wilkins is Welsh and lives in England. He is a writer. A Europhile and Remainer, he is a regular visitor to Utrecht and has set his crime novel series in the city.

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