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Writing can always be improved, especially business communications, and sometimes you might needs a second pair of eyes for your words to be perfect. For potential clients or investors, it’s crucial that the comms you send out be word perfect, on brand and effective enough to spark interest and generate leads.
Date: 23rd of October 2019 Time: 5:30pm - 7:30pm Location: 134 Hutt Street, Adelaide 5000 From deciding on what martech to implement, delivering the right messages to the right audiences and getting ROI for your marketing campaigns; marketing teams and business owners...
During the Adelaide school holidays Expressions Media ran a series of workshops in journalism, scriptwriting, drama and craft. We had fantastic groups of young people from all across South Australia come to join us and be creative together.
Expressions Media has a range of school holiday workshops in Adelaide for secondary students interested in journalism, art and creative writing.
Breaking news: Expressions Media’s popular Next Gen Journo workshop is back with an intensive short course in journalism perfect for secondary students with a keen interest in media.
Join writer Libby Parker in this interactive workshop where you will learn how to write dynamic dialogue, crafty characters and perfect plots. Once we’ve workshopped and devised our group production, we will perform a cold reading in character to take our page to the stage.
Expressions Media has a range of school holiday workshops for young people in arts, media and creative writing. Suitable for youths aged between 5 – 12, bookings are now open for our July program.
Learn poetic techniques and how to shape words into verse, then transfer your poem onto your own painted canvas. This workshop is a messy one, so wear clothes you don’t mind getting paint on, and let your artistic self roam free!
Learn the techniques of writing for the stage and then have your play performed in front of a group. In Page to Stage, you will gain skills in creating dialogue for theatre, develop fantastic characters and develop your knowledge of how to write and interpret stage directions.
BREAKING NEWS: If you’re aged 7-12 with a keen interest in media (writing, photography, radio and TV news reporting), this workshop is for you!
This workshop is perfect for Adelaide businesses and organisations who are wanting to create great content for their website but aren’t sure where to start.
A 2015 study by Microsoft showed the average attention span of readers dropped to eight seconds. In a world where people are relying on 280 characters to receive their news, how effective is your message? Whether you are crafting a publicity release, sharing new product news or hoping to whip up a social media storm about an event announcement, the Expressions Media team have come up with a few tools that will help you to reach your target audience.
The panic is rising! You have been asked to write and deliver a speech! Your subsequent anxiety has caused you to forget everything you ever knew about public speaking other than you should visualise your audience as wearing nothing but their underwear to alleviate...
Expressions Media is teaming up with WOMADelaide to give school students a chance to learn how to be a journalist and then put those skills to use at the biggest world music event in the nation. Headliners at WOMADelaide is open to young people from Years 5 to 12...
So you’ve been given a review writing task. But how do you describe all of those elements of theatre without using the same words multiple times?
This two-hour workshop will introduce you to the basics of digital marketing, equipping you with an understanding of Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and how to create online content for the success of your business.
Do you need a legal copywriter? Whether you run a large law firm or work as a sole practitioner, it’s important to have clear, engaging copy on your website and regular content to engage your audience and driving traffic to your business. This also provides material...
Over the course of two hours, former teacher turned journalist Libby Parker will give teachers practical ideas and resources to help their students design a Research Project question.