Food Writing Workshop, by Thang Ngo
Ever wanted to write about a fabulous dinner or blog that mouth-watering bowl of pho?
Where do you start? Learn the key basics of food writing/reviewing plus useful tips to take your writing to the next level. This Food Writing Workshop will cover:
- What is food writing? Is it different from other writing disciplines?
- Different forms: blogs, reviews, commentary
- Techniques and tips: structure, editing, inspiration
- Useful resources: readings, books, other courses
Numbers are limited to 10 attendees to help participants get the most out of the workshop. Thanks to Fairfield City Council, this 2.5-hour workshop is free.
The workshop will be held on Saturday, 8 March, 10.30am. It’s free but numbers are limited and booking is essential on 9609 3993.
This workshop is part of Fairfield City Museum & Gallery’s Food, Flavour, Fusion, an exhibition that celebrates the area’s vibrant multicultural deliciousness by exploring the role of food in three local cultures – Assyrian, Vietnamese and Chinese. The exhibition opens 8 March and ends 21 June, 2014.
Fairfield City Museum & Gallery
Cnr The Horsley Dr & Oxford St (entry via Oxford), Smithfield
(02) 9609 3993
About the facilitator: Thang Ngo is a food writer, commentator and blogger. His work has been featured in leading publications in Australia and overseas including the Guardian, Sydney Morning Herald, ABC The Drum and Feast Magazine. Thang also reviews for SMH Good Food Under $30 and judges SBS Feast Food Awards. He publishes Australia’s number one video food blog, noodlies.com.