- Limited to 12 participants.
- Participation is predicated upon an interview
- This is NOT an absolute beginners workshop
Typically there are three 10 week sessions:
- Fall (commences October)
- Winter/Spring (commences February)
- Summer (commences May)
Time: 6:00pm – 8:30pm +
Cost: $450 ($425 early enrollment)
Register For The Workshop ($450)
Register For The Workshop Early ($425)
Pay Your Own Amount
If you are interest in setting up a phone interview regarding enrollment, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and put “WORKSHOP” in the Subject.
About The Workshop:
It’s a non-syllabus workshop. Though we primarily deal with film and visual storytelling, we also work on every level and form of narrative development: from initial notions and basic ideas through beat-sheets (outlines) to completed drafts of short and full-length plays, films, prose stories and/or whatever else tickles our participant’s imagination. Bring in what you have, what you’ve been thinking about, an idea(s), notion, scene, script, outline, story – and it will be workshopped, including, if desired, setting weekly goals toward evolving and supporting your personal writing goals and process.Our workshops have been professionally productive for many of its members. They are also an excellent source of inspiration and support for stimulating creativity and honing narrative analysis skills. They provide a focused and safe environment for all aspects of narrative development and widening awareness in storytelling. Each participant’s unique goals, needs and interests are accommodated. Our Workshops can also be a stress-free, no commitment place to try out various ideas, narrative projects and/or simply stay connected to the narrative-making process.
Beyond our focused concentration on each others work, additional attention and support includes:
• In depth working on individualized projects.
• Creating specific programs for people who need deadlines and parameters.
• Group support (in workshop) and via email contact sheets.
• Community networking.
• Staying current on technological narrative mediums.
• Productive, creative stimulus.
• Exercising critical narrative skills.
• Developing ideas, pitches, and notions.
• Workshopping outlines and beatsheets.
• Reading scenes and sequences aloud.
• Pre-reading scripts and chapters.
• Industry related gossip, chatter, tweets and bytes.
• Tea, giggles and sympathy.