All Programming is Currently Online!
To ensure the safety of our writers and employees, Writopia Lab has moved all of our programming online. To facilitate the smoothest possible transition back to in-person programs, we make every effort to group writers based on location, so that groups that have been meeting online can come together once it is safe for us to return to our labs. That said, if you would like your young writer to workshop with young writers from other locations, please let us know in the "Notes" field on the Registration form, and we can make that happen for you!
- Check out the Weekly Trimester-Long Workshop Schedule here
- Check out the Half-Day Workshop Schedule here
- Check out the Full-Day Camp Schedule here
Our Workshops and Camps
In both multi-genre and themed workshops, writers work with a published author or produced playwright (highly trained in teaching the form, genre, or topic). Participants discuss, share, develop, and complete their own original works. Workshops are age-based and enroll a maximum of eight writers.
As part of Full-Day camp, writers will enjoy a three-hour workshop and two elective periods. Electives happen in the middle of the East-Coast day, with workshops happening both before and after electives to accommodate writers in as many time zones as possible!
Because all programming is currently online, the four schedules presented on these tabs all represent the same set of workshops; we have simply listed them four times to make it easier for families to plan their schedules!
When We Write
These are weekly programs that meet during three school-year trimesters. These workshops generally meet for ten 90-minute sessions.
Check out the Weekly Trimester-Long Workshop Schedule here.
Half-Day workshops generally meet Monday through Friday for three hours per day. Some holidays and special weeks vary.
Check out the Half-Day Workshop Schedule here.
Full-Day camps generally meet Monday through Friday. Some holidays and special weeks vary.
Check out the Full-Day Camp Schedule here.