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Location Wollongong

Artist Type Professional

Summary

The South Coast Writers Centre provides professional development, information and networks for writers and readers on the South Coast and Southern Highlands of NSW.

  • About

    The South Coast Writers Centre supports the creation and enjoyment of Australian literature through the provision of creative and professional development, literary events and audience growth across the New South Wales South Coast.

    The Centre aims to promote regional writers and writing in Australia while fostering creative and professional development for South Coast writers. The development of existing and new audiences for writers and writing is strongly supported, and the distinct literary cultures of the South Coast are valued and sustained.

  • Biography

    The Centre’s premises are located in the University of Wollongong. The South Coast Writers Centre is a membership-based, incorporated not-for-profit organisation supported by Arts NSW, Wollongong City Council, Wollongong Art Gallery and the University of Wollongong. It is part of Litlink, a statewide network of writers’ centres.

    The Centre always strives for the inclusion of South Coast writers in Australian literary culture, and ultimately endeavors to maintain social inclusion, access, equity and the participation of members in all aspects of the Centre.

  • Studio Address

    Wollongong Main Campus, Northfields Avenue.Building 19, Room G022
    Wollongong NSW 2522

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