Discover a new angle of storytelling through stop motion animation. We’ll learn the stop motion app, create storyboards/set, and editing. Click the link below to register. An email with the Zoom login information will be sent the day of the program. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScSPQnK5tTs4Ie9TBHMT-2ZXduUc5xqMXr5lE2cEGxp6hWtTg/viewform?usp=sf_link
Diane Macklin explores the role of folktales as a means of resistance and liberation from the day African peoples stepped upon the shores of the Americas. The Br’er Rabbit and High John stories were told between adults, not as simplistic tales to entertain children. Through narrative, she will introduce the […]
What stories do we learn from music? French-Haitian musician Anaïs Maviel explores this question as she performs traditional songs from the African Diaspora with voice, drums, and n’goni, a West African string instrument. Then she leads a Circle Singing workshop where participants are invited to share in improvisatory, call-and-response style […]
Learn how to use Twine (twinery.org) to make interactive stories and games! Make your own game and share it with the group! Twine can be done on a mobile device, but a computer is recommended. Register here.
A multicultural comics class that focuses on creating characters that are diverse in color, ethnicity, age, class, ability and body types as well as touching upon social issues and stories that are more true-to-life. We’ll construct and create character designs and arcs that are closer to real life and fair […]
Zeroing in on Greek creation myths—what do they mean in the world today? Using these myths as a foundation, students will reflect on their present day family/community and create their own versions in stories & poems. For 13-18 years old. Presented by Community Word Project. This program will be held […]