All Things Story – Virtual Workshop Series

Learn and develop storytelling skills in all areas – professional, performance, and applied. This is a monthly series with a certificate after each time that can be used for professional development or continued education credit.

Watch this 5-minute video (also part of the registration):

Wanting to be Story Facilitator? Apply online here: https://tinyurl.com/AllThingsStory-app

Upcoming Workshops:

Tuesday, October 6, 2020

7:00pm-8:30pm MDT / 9:00pm-10:30pm EDT

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Simply Scary to Totally Terrifying: telling ghost stories from kids to adults

Story Facilitator: Julie Barnson

Sliding Scale Tuition: $5 minimum, $25 suggested donation, on up to $50

The art of fear and ghost stories have a way of reminding us that we can survive anything. Though, certain types of scary stories are better for certain groups more so than others. Discover how to tickle the bones of the preschoolers without nightmares. Find out how the “cool” teenagers can be engaged. And the scariest of all – learn how to convince adults that something wicked is around the corner. Julie Barnson has one of the largest ghost story repertoires and will open the coffin of secrets for us.

Saturday, November 7, 2020

9:00am-10:30am MDT / 11:00am-12:30pm EDT

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Hidden Gems

Story Facilitator: Antonio Rocha

Sliding Scale Tuition: $5 minimum, $25 suggested donation, on up to $50

Hidden Gems Transitions—the moments in a story where we shift between one thought and the next—are hidden gems tucked away in a story well told. Whether you’re your family’s unofficial historian or a professional teller, learning to master these moments will give your stories extra polish and finesse. This workshop will teach you how to identify and develop the transitions within your stories by practicing techniques with voice and body language.

Past Workshops:

Simon Brooks – “Breaking Boundaries of the Screen: Presenting On-line” – Labor Day-September 7, 2020 (inaugural workshop of this series)