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We believe that great writing begins with a great imagination and create our courses accordingly. Our processes focus on developing your core capacity as a writer. We develop this capacity by taking you on writing adventures – profound journeys from which you return changed.


If you want to tap your potential consider joining the community of like-minded writers that our courses and projects attract.



Horst and Jennifer Kornberger – poets, writers and interdisciplinary artists. We combine a passion to create with a passion to educate through artistic processes. For more than two decades we have provided innovative programmes that train the imagination. Check the testimonials our students have written.

HORST KORNBERGER Horst Kornberger is an interdisciplinary artist, director, author and poet-philosopher. He is an innovative thinker who has directed groups and communities in the development and use of aesthetic imagination and documented his research in five books. A graduate of the London School of Speech and Drama, Horst has maintained an arts practice fusing visual, conceptual, environmental and performative elements in artworks such as Kompost - the heap between ecology and art (1999), The Honeyclock, (2000), Buddha in Honey (2005), Dark Light with Tom Mueller (Zweitgeist) (2014), The Delphi Project (2016), Silent Speaks - Roe 8 protest design with Jennifer Kornberger (2017) and Seaborne – a contemporary performance/ritual with artist Tom Muller (Zweitgeist) for the 2017 Fremantle Biennale and Somnus with Jennifer Kornberger for the 2019 Fremantle Biennale and The Rehearsal 2021,a social sculpture Project. More about Horst at 

JENNIFER KORNBERGER  is an artist, writer, director, and creator of performance events. Her award-winning poetry is published in national journals including the Newcastle Poetry Prize. She has written two collections of poetry; I could be rain (Sunline Press 2007) and The twilight observatory, with the support of the Australia Council and the WA Department of Culture and the Arts. Site-specific performance works include The Beemaster (2008), Scenes from an unseen world (2014), Oraculum – a ritual to renew time (2015), Forest of Poets (2016), Silence Speaks – a creative dissent project (2017), 22 Pillars (2017), a collaborative installation involving twenty-two poets in a re-imagination of place, the Australian/Slovenian co-production Somnus (2019) an immersive work commissioned by the Fremantle Biennale, and the social sculpture based artwork The Rehearsal (2021).  She is currently co-director of The Writing Connection  and Theatre of the Sea. More about Jennifer's work at 


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