A very limited number of places at a narrative workshop, led by Mark Kramer (left), are available. The workshop will take place at Goldsmiths on the afternoon of Friday 1 March and is suitable for experienced journalists who are working on longform projects or who want to improve their skills. Mark is one of narrative journalism’s most celebrated teachers and thinkers, and has helped hundreds of journalists steer their projects – whether articles or books – to successful publication. This is a rare opportunity to spend an intensive workshop period with him.
This ticket also entitles you to attendance at the 2019 CIJ Well Told festival of longform and narrative journalism.
Dates & time
FRIDAY 1 MARCH:
The workshop will start at 2pm (registration from 1.30pm in the atrium of the Professor Stuart Hall Building, Goldsmiths, University of London, Lewisham Way, New Cross. SE14 6NW. It will conclude after 5pm. Tickets are not refundable.
The evening festival is on Friday evening, starting at 6.30pm, with the CIJ Well Told Live Event, featuring some of the country’s best narrative talents. It will conclude by 8.45pm.
SATURDAY 2 MARCH: The festival continues all day on Saturday, starting at 9am and going on until 5.30pm. It will be a packed day of talks, interviews, discussions, workshops and podcast recordings, and is essential for journalists wanting to build their careers around longform or narrative journalism.
The festival takes place at Goldsmiths College, 8 Lewisham Way, New Cross, London SE14 6NW
Note: At the checkout, freelances please use code “freelance”.