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Saturday 5 October , 11.00am – 12.00pm

Newcastle City Library Laman St, Newcastle NSW 2300, Australia
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  • The Write Business
  • Workshop

Whether it’s organisational partnerships or individual partnerships, leaning on your networks is an important part of being an artist. Creative producer and founder of Brisbane’s only emerging artist residency space, House Conspiracy, Jonathan O’Brien will help you explore the world of arts partnerships.

This event is part of the The Write Business. The Write Business is for creatives who want actionable, tangible steps to turn their art into their professional careers. This program is funded by a grant from FRRR ABC Heywire.

Are you coming?

Our festival is 100% free. It’s always free. But this year, National Young Writers’ Festival is asking for you to register for the festival. Registering for our festival means you can help us maintain and secure our ongoing funding. We rely on funding to provide this opportunity to artists and audiences. We need to understand who exactly we provide this opportunity to.

Can you support NYWF?

During registration, you’ll see an opportunity to buy a NYWF supporter ticket. If you love our festival, we encourage to help support our festival by becoming an NYWF supporter. The “ticket” doesn’t get you into anything extra, it’s a contribution to support the ongoing running costs of our festival: which is 100% free to attend!



Newcastle City Library
Laman St, Newcastle NSW 2300, Australia

Newcastle City Library

Laman St, Newcastle NSW 2300, Australia

Newcastle City Library is an accessible venue with ramp or steps entrance. There is an accessible lift and accessible toilets on the ground floor. Reserved parking is available outside the venue on Laman Street.

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