If you yearn to tell your stories, and have a desire to write but do not know where or how to begin, this course is for you. Aimed primarily at the beginning writer, this course will also be helpful if you are a more experienced writer looking for fresh inspiration. You will explore aspects of the creative process such as idea generation, visualization, clustering, percolating, and how to work with the inner critic. A variety of techniques and writing prompts will be used to help you access deep personal stories that form the backbone of authentic writing. Using personal narrative, discover how to tell the stories you hold within, and discover the joy of hearing your inner voice sing.
|50738||10 eve Th||Feb 07, 2019||1830-2130||Regan D'Andrade||$269||Main Campus (Map)|
How do you write a good short story? Learn to create convincing characters, write dramatic scenes, and develop compelling plots. Through lectures, exercises, and writing several short stories, youll build confidence in your writing and gain insights into what makes short fiction succeed.
|50737||9 eve We||Jan 23, 2019||1830-2130||Craig Takeuchi||$265||Main Campus (Map)|
Pinterest, LinkedIn, WordPress, Facebook and Twitter. What social networking is right for your small business? This course explores the business side of social media: how to identify leads and opportunities, drive traffic to your website, track who is following you, learn how to engage with customers, and promote products and services. You'll come away with an understanding of how to make social media work for you and how to build your brand online.
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This intensive screenwriting course is a great opportunity for beginning screenwriters to gain knowledge in how full-length feature film screenplays are written and structured. You are guided through the process and learn about three-act structure, character development, theme, subplots, genre, and much more.Note: This class is held at 601 West Broadway, unit L4.
|50041||8 eve Th||Jan 17, 2019||1900-2200||Paul Jensen||$335||CS-Broadway Campus (Map)|
This intermediate course continues where Writing for Feature Film Script left off. You are guided through dialogue, visual storytelling, subtext, archetypal endings and much more. Through lectures, assignments and extensive in-class feedback, you will gain a deeper knowledge and understanding of writing for movies, thereby elevating your skills as a screenwriter to the next level.
|50039||9 eve Mo||Jan 14, 2019||1900-2200||Paul Jensen||$355||CS-Broadway Campus (Map)|
|and 1 eve Mo||Mar 25, 2019||1900-2200|
Solo shows are about telling a story, exploring an idea, or both. There can be plenty of laughs along the way, but the laughs support the story or theme. This course will familiarize students with the variety of ways a solo performer can engage an audience, and generate solo material. Many people have a strong impulse to reach an audience, but their material and talent doesnt fit within the joke-joke-joke structure of stand-up comedy. Solo shows offer a broad range of possibilities to explore the stories and ideas people can craft into something fit for the stage. Students will learn about the different styles of solo performance - monologues, clown, characters, and others - as theyve been developed by professionals.
|50801||8 eve Mo/We||Jan 07, 2019||1800-2100||Ti-Jon Dawe||$396||Main Campus (Map)|