14-17 Manchester Street
Phone: 01273 337515
In 1938, Mass Observation asked the people of Bolton to respond to the question“What is happiness?”. This November, as part of the ESRC’s Festival of Social Science, the Mass Observation Archive will reflect on this question once again in a series of public events.
Through the theme of happiness, discover how ordinary British peoples beliefs of the 1930s and 1990s can inspire your own creative writing.
In this practical workshop with Poet Evlynn Sharp and staff from the Mass Observation Archive you will be introduced to tools and values of research. You will also find ways of creating writing that can be helpful in everyday life and work, supporting self-reflection and powerful self-expression
Advance booking is required. Please email: email@example.com or call 01273 337515 to request a place.
Join in on Twitter by using the hashtag #HappyMOA
More about this and other Mass Observation events here