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NAW: Free architectural writing course for BAME aspiring design critics

The AR is proud to be a founding supporter of the New Architecture Writers programme 

Are you a young, black or minority ethnic aspiring writer who is interested in getting into the world of architectural publishing, broadcasting and curation?

Starting this autumn, the New Architecture Writers programme is a free year-long programme of evening talks, workshops and assignments taught by journalists, architects and editors working for world-renowned media institutions. Ellis Woodman, Oliver Wainwright, Owen Hatherley, Sophie Lovell and Tom Dyckhoff are among the already confirmed names taking part. Find out more about the course outline here

Launched by AR history editor Tom Wilkinson and AF deputy director Phineas Harper, the programme is looking to develop the journalistic skill, editorial connectionsa and criticial voice of its participants.

New Architecture Writers

Application deadline: Register your interest by 3 November 2017

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