Adelaide College of the Arts Writing
The Professional Writing program at AC Arts provides tuition in creative and non-fiction writing and editing with a focus on the marketplace. Students are encouraged to channel their writing into a range of publications, such as children’s books, short stories, TV and film scripts, novels, poetry, articles, biographies, or focus on editing, corporate, technical or advertising copy.
Students are encouraged to enter writing competitions and have work published while studying, with many achieving success. Graduates gain the skills to run a writing business, work under contract or seek publication of original manuscripts.
Professional Writing at AC Arts suits students with a passion for the written word, who want to take a disciplined approach to their writing, taking feedback from experienced and supportive instructors while sharing ideas with other emerging writers.
||Amanda McKay |
App writer, published author and screenplay writer
Graduates of the AC Arts Professional Writing program find work in the public sector or private companies, with many choosing freelance or self-employment options
Successful students often find work as technical or creative writers, reviewers, editors, scriptwriters for stage, film and television, authors of children’s books or popular fiction, as well as historical writers or biographers.
AC Arts Professional Writing program boasts links with professional writing associations and offers the opportunity for joint publications and work experience within the industry.
Adelaide College of the Arts
39 Light Square
South Australia 5000
PO Box 1872
South Australia 5001
Email: enquire online
Phone: +61 8 8463 5000
Fax: +61 8 8463 5001
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