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Creative writing with poet Gboyega Odubanjo

Denmark Hill Campus, London

23 Jan 780x440 - Gboyega Part of Make Do Play

Take part in a creative writing workshop with poet Gboyega Odubanjo and explore how, through writing, you can learn about yourselves and about how writing can contribute to well-being. This relaxing workshop will introduce you to a variety of writing exercises which you can use at home and help you to explore what makes you happy. 

Artist Bio

Gboyega Odubanjo is a British-Nigerian poet born and raised in East London. He completed an MA in Creative Writing (Poetry) at the University of East Anglia in 2018. His debut pamphlet, While I Yet Live, was published by Bad Betty Press in 2019. Gboyega is a Roundhouse Resident Artist and co-editor of Issue 77 of Magma Poetry.

Creativity for wellbeing fact:
Creative writing can help you process emotions and reflect. This can reduce stress by decluttering the mind and increasing focus. 

** Please note this event is exclusively for staff and students of King’s College London **

Make Do Play is produced by the university's Culture team for the King's Cultural Community. This session is delivered by poet Gboyega Odubanjo.

 

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