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Copywrong to Copywriter


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Artists and arts workers, kick off the new year by honing your copywriting skills at this interactive session with renowned Melbourne writer and author of Copywrong to Copywriter, Tait Ischia.

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Even artists skilled in expressing themselves through words can struggle when it comes to selling their work with the art of copywriting.

This February, join us for a practical, accessible lunchtime session with renowned writer Tait Ischia, author of Copywrong to Copywriter: a practical guide to copywriting for small businesses, small organisations, sole traders, and lone rangers.

Bring your lunch and your questions to the Wheeler Centre – or tune in via live stream – as Ischia guides you through the foundational principles for crafting clear, powerful, and engaging copy to enhance your online presence and connect with your audience through the power of words.

This interactive session is ideal for artists, freelancers, creatives, art workers, and anyone who works with words professionally or creatively.

Please note, attendees will need to bring their own pen and paper to the session.


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Accessible toilets available

Please notify us of all access requirements when booking online so we can assist you with your visit. If you require further information, please contact reception on 03 9094 7800 or


Tait Ischia

Tait Ischia is a copywriter, content strategist, and content experience designer from Melbourne, Australia. When he started out, he wrote radio, print, and TV ads. Now he plans, writes, and manages large website projects for big organisations with complex needs. He’s worked for gigantic multinatio... Read more


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