A well-known English idiom has a picture being worth a thousand words, as if writing is superfluous when art is around. Writers on
art take this as a challenge to illuminate the works they write about with crisp and insightful prose.


Staff and students from across the university are invited to develop short pieces of writing (maximum 500 words) about individual artworks in the collection. Workshops will be held at Gus Fisher Gallery.

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To read our reflection on the event, visit the event’s blog page.
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