The Write Business


The Write Business: Producing Live Events

Sun 03 Oct , 1.00pm – 2.00pm

As the line between artist and administrator continues to blur, young writers increasingly find themselves in the position of needing to produce live events, be they panels, open mic nights, or even full artistic presentations such as a self-produced fringe show. Scott Limbrick is here to take you through the hows, whens and whys of producing live events in this workshop.

Workshop Registration

Workshop to be held on Zoom at Sun 03 Oct , 1.00pm – 2.00pm AEST.

Zoom link will be sent to participants 30 minutes before the workshop begins.

How to participate

Create your account
Our festival is 100% free. It’s always free. You can create a watch list on our website which will allow you to create a personalised schedule. To watchlist an event, click the yellow button underneath the artist headshots (right column of this page).

Tune in and get involved
Log in for your scheduled events: you can watch directly from your account dashboard and through our social media pages. When this event is available for streaming, you can also click the ‘watch now’ button in the top banner of this page (under event title and date info). Comment and engage on social media: tag us at @nywf / @nationalyoungwritersfestival, #nywf2021

Support NYWF
The National Young Writers’ Festival is a non-profit organisation made by and for young artists to help foster a sense of community and allow young writers to connect, share skills and hone their craft. We pride ourselves on paying all writers programmed for the festival but we are reliant on government funding and philanthropic support to make our festival happen. Your donation allows us to continue supporting young artists, increase the number of writers we are able to program, and improve our capacity and resources to hold high quality events.

NYWF is a registered non-profit, so your donation (above $2) is also tax-deductible.

Make a donation to NYWF.