Building Stories from Scratch is a storytelling workshop presented by the Storytelling Association of California.
Whether your aim is to tell better stories, to create stories for the classroom or board room, to spark ideas for writing short stories or novels, this workshop will give you strategies to create stories anytime, anywhere.
This workshop is a crash course in the nuts and bolts of story structure. While focusing on the "how-to" of putting together a story, you'll learn tools to engage your creativity and spontaneity, overcome creative blocks, and let stories flow.
Saturday, February 3, 2013
10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Storytelling Association of California (SAC) members receive a discount. Learn more about SAC at http://www.storysaac.org.
Register for the workshop at http://storyscratch.eventbrite.com
The workshop is being held in a private home in Berkeley. Once you register for the workshop, you will be sent the address and directions.
Instructor: Tim Ereneta
Tim is an award-winning storyteller based in Berkeley, California, who has performed on stages in schools, theaters, and festivals across the country. Specializing in telling traditional folktales and fairy tales to adults, much of his training in storytelling is based in improvisational theater. For ten years, he was in the mainstage company of BATS Improv, one of San Francisco's most popular improvisation troupes. Learn more at http://timereneta.com