A practical, fast pased, action packed one day workshop, for young people aged 11 – 16, to produce an online magazine
Class size = 10 Cost = £35
Upcoming workshop dates:
February 18th 2012 8.45am – 5.15pm
May 27th 2012 8.45am – 5.15pm
April 1st 2012 8.45am – 5.15pm
This workshop is suitable for 11 – 16 year olds
You will get published and credited in an online, professionally produced ‘flick through style’ publication which can be shared with friends, embedded into your website and used in your portfolio.
8.5 hours of teamwork
Writing a short article
Snacks and drinks
A great final product
Who should attend?
Young people who would like to share their creative talents, learn about editing, layout, photography and writing for magazines.
What to bring?
If you have any resources please bring them along such as a Laptop, Camera, (Don’t forget leads!), any drawing or creative equipment.
Your talents or anything that can be used to produce content
>>You could show us how to make something?
>>Any work you already have – Poetry, book reviews, stories, drawings, craft, Anything you have made in the past.
>>Everyone will be involved, and learn new skills.
The day will take place in the workshop of Lisa Northover, at her home in Boscombe with plenty of space for creating work.
Lisa and helpers are CRB checked. The space is insured for public liability.
Please bring packed lunch, Drinks and biscuits provided.
Call Lisa on 07515 355982 for more details
LISA NORTHOVER Lisa used her online communication skills when standing for Parliament in 2010, when she quickly became the most followed individual in Bournemouth on Twitter and a popular political blogger. Having started a Friends of the Earth Youth Group at just 13, Lisa has built on over two decades of campaigning experience “thinking Globally, acting locally”. Lisa was recruited as one of the youngest Non Executive Directors in the UK of the £200m Bournemouth Primary Care Trust. Concern for infant nutrition led her to become a Director of Baby Milk Action which also runs the international boycott of Nestle. A love for the seaside town of Boscombe resulted in a role as Chair of Neighbourhood Management, a £3.2m programme focused on regeneration. Consequently the local elections in 2007 returned Lisa as a local Councillor for Boscombe West where she served for 4 years. Editor ofBoscalicious, the Boscombe website, Lisa provides news and information to thousands of people every week.