Ms Ania Walwicz



School /
Work Unit

Media and Communications

Contact Details

+61 3 9925 4525


Building: 094
Level: 02
Room: 006

City campus


College of Design and Social Context

Ania Walwicz

Key Activities

Ania Walwicz writes prose/poetry text, performs spoken word and does visual art. She teaches Poetry, Short Story, and Myths and Symbols in RMIT’s Professional Writing and Editing program.

Ania has published Writing (1982), reprinted in Travel/Writing (1989); Boat (1989); and Red Roses (1992). Palace of Culture is forthcoming. Her work is featured in over 200 anthologies and in secondary and tertiary literary curricula. Sound recordings of her works feature in Voiceprints (2010).

Ania’s plays Girlboytalk, Elegant, Telltale and Dissecting the Mice have been staged in Melbourne. She has performed her text locally, and in New Zealand, England, France, Switzerland and Japan. She has also participated in projects with the Chamber Made opera, Melbourne. She has held 10 one-woman shows of art, the latest at Yuill Crowley Gallery, Sydney, in 2010.

An experienced educator, Ania has taught creative writing since 1980. Her work began with Community Arts projects, and in schools and libraries. She taught writing at the Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne University School of Creative Arts, Deakin University, Murdoch University (Western Australia) and the Victorian Writers’ Centre.


Visual Arts VCA, GradDipEd, MA Univ Melb, Cert IV Assessment & Workplace Training RMIT


Victorian Premier’s Award, New Writing Prize for Boat, 1990

Ania has participated in numerous literary events.


Ania is available for student consultation on Monday and Thursday mornings.