GWU Wodonga 2018: ‘What’s your story?’
Shaping the stories of past, present and future
DateThursday 18 October 20188.30am to 3.20pm
LocationThe Cube Wodonga118 Hovell St, Wodonga
Girls Write Up is for anyone who has felt limited by gender and wants to understand how language can be used to liberate and empower. It is an inclusive event open to all teens.
Over the day, authors, journalists, activists, artists, poets and other creative thinkers will share the ways they have used their writing to define their identities and shape the world around them. The program of panels and practical workshops explores the relationship between language, gender and power, and the effects of unconscious bias on our sense of self. Girls Write Up gives participants the opportunity to discover their own creative voice, equipping them with the skills and the confidence to use it.
Girls Write Up Wodonga is presented in partnership with the Wodonga Library and is supported by the Australia Council for the Arts.
Wodonga Library would like to thank The Zonta Club of Albury Wodonga for their generous support of this program.
We are pleased to provide educational and community engagement programs to assist educators plan free excursions. All programs are flexible in design and can be tailored to fit curriculum links, learning and year levels.
Students are able to enjoy a wide range of learning programs and resources, which promote engagement, creativity and hands-on learning experiences.
Download the 2018 Education program below.
Wodonga Library provides free access to our digital collections including Borrow Box and Story Box Library. The Borrow Box app makes it easy to browse, borrow and read or listen to your library’s eBooks and eAudiobooks anywhere, everywhere. You can simply login with your member details to access the library’s collection of eBooks and eAudiobooks on to your or schools iPads ready for instant literacy lessons.
Story Box Library is a fun, entertaining, and educational resource for children. Subscribers can easily log-on to the Story Box Library from any device (computer, laptop, smart phone or tablet), making it a convenient way to view stories anytime and anywhere.
Beamafilm is Australia’s premium movie streaming channel for true stories and independent voices. Stream over 400 of your favourite award-winning documentaries, independent features and festival favourites that have been selected to delight, inspire and entertain you.
Many of the films featured can only be found on Beamafilm.
Watch Bemafilm movies anytime, anywhere and on any internet connected device such as phones; tablets; Macs/PC’s and TV’s via Chromecast, AppleTV or HDMI. Visit our website to access this service now.
Quality Australian stories, often aligned with the Australian curriculum, are chosen for our library and are presented with humor and the right tone. This exposes children to a variety of Australian faces and voices, with diverse cultural and professional backgrounds.