Story Workshop - March 7

Constructing Effective
Stories for Telling

 

Janice Del Negro will discuss effective story structure and word-craft. Group and individual exercises will focus on structuring stories for telling, the creation of potent visual language, and effective characterizations. Participants will leave having successfully completed concrete tasks related to their own working stories, as well as having acquired tools for future story-crafting.

 

For beginning and intermediate tellers.

Space is limited.

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$45 workshop fee

 

Saturday, March 7, 2015

2:00 - 5:00 P.M.

Stay for Open Mic at 8:00 P.M.

 

Dominican University

Butler Literature Center

Crown Library, Room 214

7900 W. Division

River Forest, IL 60305

 

Questions? Contact ISI President, Margaret Burk,

margaretburk@hotmail.com or 708-465-6305

 


 

Illinois Storytelling, Inc. is a state-wide network of professional and emerging storytellers, as well as a large and diverse listening audience, dedicated to our mission of connecting generations, nurturing communities, and celebrating our diversity through Story.

 

We celebrate Story in all its forms – old tales, new tales and the diversity of storytelling styles – and provide website services, event production, professional growth opportunities, and a network of support to preserve the art and tradition of storytelling.


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Illinois Storytelling, Inc. is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.

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