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A Brief History of Victoria

Join local historian, author and tour guide John Adams and take an in-depth look at some of the fascinating highlights of Victoria's history. Photographs, paintings, maps and videos will illustrate each session to help bring the past to life. Among the topics covered will be: local First Nations, their way of life and where they lived; Spanish and British explorers; founding of Fort Victoria; the Douglas Treaties; Fraser River Gold Rush of 1858; incorporation and growth of Victoria as a city; social life in the 1800's; role of the Royal Navy; Victoria and the Pig War; rise and fall of industries and shipping; streetcars and the development of neighbourhoods; how Victoria became the capital city; old homes and families; and Victoria's changing face during the twentieth century.

2017F ASCE 631G 001 • Nov 8 - Nov 29 (4 sessions) • John Adams
  • Wed • 7:00pm-9:00pm • Lansdowne
  • $99+GST

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Anthology of American Folk Music A Primer New

Join Jim Martens and Chris Miles for a look into American Folk Music. In 1952 under the direction of avant-grade filmmaker Harry Smith, Folkways Records released a six album, 84-song compilation of American regional blues, folk, and country music, all recorded before World War II. The collection is considered by many to be the cornerstone of American music and the foundation of the folk music revival of the 1950s and 60s, the emergence of Folk Rock, Bob Dylan and the Band, the discovery of Mississippi blues players once thought dead, as well as the current Roots and Country revival. The Anthology first exposed now legendary musical acts to a world beyond the micro-cultures of their homes as part of a “collage” of true Americana. This class will introduce you to the music, the debates and consequences of the legendary Anthology.  

2017F ASCE 629G 001 • Sep 21 - Oct 26 (6 sessions) • James Martens
  • Thur • 6:30pm-9:30pm • Lansdowne
  • $129+GST

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Lifestyle

The Magic of Barcelona New

Would you like to learn about the culture, traditions and architecture of one of the most popular tourist destinations on the Mediterranean? In this course you will discover Barcelona's most interesting sights taking you from the narrow medieval streets to the grand boulevards and the famous 'Ramblas' which leads to the sea. You will learn more in depth about the life and works of one of the most unique architects of all times, Antoni Gaudi, whose works are spread throughout Barcelona. You will be introduced to the Sagrada Familia, Park Guell, Casa Batlló and Casa Mila as main highlights of his contribution to the rich architectural fabric of Barcelona.

2017F ASCE 668G 001 • Nov 14 - Nov 28 (3 sessions) • Monica Gil
  • Tues • 6:30pm-8:30pm • Lansdowne
  • $95+GST

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2018W ASCE 668G 001 • Apr 11 - Apr 25 (3 sessions) • Monica Gil
  • Wed • 6:30pm-8:30pm • Lansdowne
  • $95+GST

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Paris: La Ville de L'amour

Have you always dreamt of going to Paris? Spend an afternoon discovering this romantic city. Francois, a true Parisian will take you on a virtual tour of Paris' lively night scene, the romantic Seine, the majestic Eiffel Tower, the magnificent architecture, and the unique small communities that make up one of Europe's most seductive capitals.
Next offering: Winter, 2018

Sorry, this course is not offered at this time.

Photography

Photography Level 1 – Introduction-Day & Evening

This course is designed as an introduction for traditional and digital photographers. Focus on the basics and you're on your way to creating picture-perfect photographs! Learn the basic functions of your camera (digital SLR & traditional film SLR) including: exposure, light (metering and flash), depth of field as well as an introduction to many more photographic topics. Plan to shoot approximately three rolls of print or digital images during the course. Point ‘n’ shoot cameras (with manual functions/operations) are welcome but a digital SLR or film SLR camera will afford you the best overall learning experience. The ten sessions include eight in the classroom, plus two field trips. One field trip will be scheduled during class time; the other will be scheduled on the weekend- please see schedule below. Students must attend the specific classroom section and field trip they are registered in. Switching sections is not permitted. 

Field trip dates:  
Section 001: Saturday,  October 21   9:00 am -11:30 am
Section 002: Sunday, October 22       9:00 am -11:30 am
Section 003: Saturday,  October 21,   12:00 pm -2:30 pm
 
   

2017F PHOT 501G 001 • Sep 18 - Nov 27 (10 sessions) • Mitch Stringer
  • Mon • 3:30pm-6:00pm • Lansdowne
  • $295+GST

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Section 001: No class Oct 9 or Nov 13

2017F PHOT 501G 003 • Sep 20 - Nov 15 (10 sessions) • Mitch Stringer
  • Wed • 6:30pm-9:00pm • Interurban
  • $295+GST

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Section 001: No class Oct 9 or Nov 13

2017F PHOT 501G 002 • Sep 26 - Nov 21 (10 sessions) • Mitch Stringer
  • Tues • 6:30pm-9:00pm • Lansdowne
  • $295+GST

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Section 001: No class Oct 9 or Nov 13


Photography Level 2 – Intermediate

This ten week course is an extension to Mitch Stringer's very popular Photography Level 1 – Introduction course, and fills quickly! Continue improving your understanding, implementation and control of the photographic process and become more confident in your abilities and the outcome of your images.Topics include: review of camera & photographic basics (a comprehensive refresher for everyone), further instruction in exposure and depth of field control, exploration of external flash operations and introductory discussion of photographic composition. Two field trips will offer the student opportunities to explore and refine newly acquired knowledge and techniques.
Note: One field class will be during class time and the other will be on Sat, Oct. 21 - 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Prerequisite: A good understanding of photographic basics including the ability to control shutter speed and aperture (Photography Level 1 – Introduction course is strongly recommended, or equivalent skills).

 

2017F PHOT 503G 001 • Sep 18 - Nov 27 (10 sessions) • Mitch Stringer
  • Mon • 6:30pm-9:00pm • Lansdowne
  • $295+GST

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No class October 9 and November 13


Photography Level 3 - Advanced DSLR Photography - Max 8

Take your image creation, photographic skills and theory to the next level. Reach a higher technical and creative level of understanding of the photographic process. Limited to only 8 students, this advanced DSLR photography course is designed for the serious photographer who expects the best and who will adhere to the rubric and commitment necessary to achieve excellence in image capture. With dynamic sessions centered in the classroom environment as well as further studies in photographic theory, there will be a strong practical element to this course. Students will be expected to dedicate some time to coursework outside of lectures or field trips. The ten sessions include two field trips.  NOTE: One field trip is scheduled during class time and the other on Sun. Oct. 22 from 12:00-2:30 pm.  Prerequisites: It is strongly recommended that you have completed both Photography Level 1 (Introduction) and Level 2 (Intermediate) courses before considering this advanced level course.

Sorry, this course is not offered at this time.

Composition-Developing a Photographer’s Eye - Max 14 New

Train your eye to improve your understanding of how good photographs convey emotion and/or meaning. Become more confident in your ability to see in a photographic manner and to help produce images that speak your mind. This course is for those who want to learn and develop basic photography composition skills and acquire a heightened visual sensitivity to their surroundings. Students will have the option to have their photos reviewed in class to discuss the strengths/improvements of the image. This process creates a valuable learning environment that helps students consider constructive points and create dynamic photographs. Discussions points include compositional tools, photographic intent, and effective editing. Topics include: principles of composition, light, colour, emotion, and content. A field trip will offer the student opportunities to explore lines, shapes, light, and people while refining their newly acquired knowledge. Students will be expected to dedicate some time to coursework outside of class.
Prerequisite: A good understanding of photographic basics including the ability to control shutter speed and aperture (Photography Level 1 or equivalent skills).  
Field Trip: Sat.Nov.4, 9 am - 12 pm, Location TBA
 

2017F PHOT 531G 001 • Oct 10 - Nov 14 (6 sessions) • Andrea Kucherawy
  • Tues • 6:30pm-9:00pm • Lansdowne
  • $195+GST

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No class Oct 31


Faces, Fashion and Figures - The Art of Directing & Posing - Max 15

Increase your creative, technical and 'directing' skills working with people and talent (models) to shoot images with more style and impact! Learn how to use light to create and enhance mood. A photographer must be confident and comfortable with both the knowledge required to ‘be-in-charge’ while also establishing co-operative relationships to reach common goals and work successfully with subjects.
Using nude and clothed male and/or female models you will work with the human figure to study form and line. You will learn to direct and communicate; to study, understand and emulate editorial and fashion type styles and images; and using your own tools (flash), you will learn techniques to confidently manage in challenging shooting conditions (e.g. low/bad light). Discussion of concepts, demonstrations and critiques of student images will also be covered. Equipment: A digital camera that gives control over exposure settings and lenses. An external, off-camera flash is required.
Prerequisite: A good understanding of photographic basics including the ability to control shutter speed and aperture (Photography Level 1 – Introduction course or equivalent skills is required).

2017F PHOT 536G 001 • Oct 18 - Nov 29 (7 sessions) • Gregg Eligh
  • Wed • 6:30pm-9:00pm • Lansdowne
  • $249+GST

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iPhone/iPad Photography Level 1– Taking Great Photos

Catch the iPhoneography bug, learn which apps to use, how to use them together, and marvel at the results. Learn how to compose, shoot, use apps and share your photos with family, friends and the rest of the world. Your iPhone or iPad camera combined with a few choice apps can produce memorable images that were previously impossible without expensive software. You will have an overview of iPhoneography, use some basic shooting apps, learn composition and shooting tips, spend a session outside photographing people and landscapes, and finally, create "app stacking" recipes combining multiple versions of the same image processed through different apps to finesse your final images.
Equipment required: Participants must bring their iPhone 4/5/6/7 or an iPad, and have an iTunes account set up so they can download the required apps from iTunes before coming to the 1st class. NOTE: Instructions on which apps to download will be emailed the week before the class starts.
Prerequisites: Students must have a fundamental working knowledge of using their device's camera. 

2017F PHOT 552G 001 • Sep 30 - Oct 28 (4 sessions) • Tony Bounsall
  • Sat • 9:30am-12:30pm • Lansdowne
  • $159+GST

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No class October 7th


iPhone/ iPad-Level 2 Creating Digital Art from your Photos New

The Digital Artist: Photo-Editing, Painting and Visual Effects  Do you want to expand your creative photographic skills and artistic vision on your iPhone or iPad?  Learn how to create a photograph not just take a photograph. Carry your visual conversation further and move your artistic editing skills up to the next level. Experience how you can digitally apply mixed media, collage, watercolour, abstract and oil painting effects to your images. Learn how to use coloured filter, grunge and texture apps to further enhance your images. Add text, ephemera and old photos to your images easily and effectively. No painting experience required, just your artistic interest and enthusiasm required plus a solid comfort level and working knowledge of your iPhone/iPad or the iPhone or iPad Level 1 course.

Equipment required: Participants must bring their iPhone 4/5/6/7 or an iPad, and have an iTunes account set up so they can download the required apps from iTunes before coming to the 1st class.
Note: Instructions on which apps to download will be emailed the week before the class starts.
Prerequisite: Students must have a fundamental working knowledge of using their device's camera. 

2017F PHOT 562G 001 • Nov 4 - Dec 2 (4 sessions) • Tony Bounsall
  • Sat • 9:30am-12:30pm • Lansdowne
  • $159+GST

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No class November 11


iPhone/iPad ARTography

Art and Technology – this class mixes the best of both worlds!  Learn to combine hand-made textures, image distressing and image transfer techniques with the digital apps on your iPhone or iPad. Experience how you can digitally apply mixed media, collage, watercolour, abstract and oil painting effects and use coloured filter, grunge and texture apps to enhance your images. iPhoneography is a launching point for endless creative exploration! 

Equipment: Participants must bring their iPhone 4/5/6/7 or an iPad, and have an iTunes account set up so they can download the required apps from iTunes before coming to the 1st class.
Note: Instructions on apps to download will be emailed in the week before the class. Art Supplies are included in course cost ($40 value). Prerequisite: Students should have taken the iPhone/iPad Level 1 - Taking Great Photos course or already have a solid working knowledge of using their device's camera.

2018W PHOT 553G 001 • Jan 27 - Feb 24 (4 sessions) • Tony Bounsall
  • Sat • 9:30am-12:30pm • Lansdowne
  • $189+GST

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Writing and Publishing

Visit and bookmark our webpage for updates and more information on our courses and instructors: Writing and Publishing

From Film to Fiction to Memoirs to Travel – learn how to effectively capture your experiences and stories from a variety of well-known local writers. Course formats vary from workshop to seminar. Choose what fits for you!

Fiction Writing Fundamentals – Part 1

Get it written, get it right! Wanting to write isn’t enough – being a writer requires skill sets, paradigm shifts, and survival strategies. Critic and bestselling author Robert J. Wiersema will lead aspiring writers from inspiration and preparation through writing and revision. With insights, experiences, exercises and a focus on your work, this course will be a hands-on immersion to the writing life for both new and experienced writers. The focus of this course is deceptively simple: we will look at the writing of a single scene. Scenes are the building blocks of all fiction, and an immersion in the mechanics of, and approaches to, a single scene, is the basis for writing longer pieces, both short stories and novels. This course is intended for writers new to writing fiction, or those seeking to hone their skills or remind themselves of the basics. Required: Purchase text "The Making of a Story" from the Lansdowne Bookstore (approx. $31). NOTE: Please bring writing materials and course text to first and all classes.

2017F WRIT 860G 001 • Sep 18 - Oct 23 (5 sessions) • Robert Wiersema
  • Mon • 6:30pm-9:00pm • Lansdowne
  • $235+GST

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No class on October 9th


Fiction Writing Fundamentals – Part 2

Writing into the world! Building on the fundamentals explored in Part 1, this course will continue our exploration of the core skills and strategies for writing fiction for the developing writer. In addition to lectures, directed readings and discussions, Part 2 will also incorporate group workshopping of student fiction. With this section, we will build on our experience writing the contained scene and expand outward to short stories and novels. We will also look at workshopping, revision and roads to publication. NOTE: All students will be expected to present and workshop at least one story. Required: Textbook same as Part 1. Prerequisite: This course is designed for students who have completed Fiction Writing Fundamentals – Part 1 course, and will build on those fundamentals. Please call 250-370-4773 to discuss equivalency if you wish to take this course and have not taken Part 1.

2017F WRIT 861G 001 • Oct 30 - Dec 4 (5 sessions) • Robert Wiersema
  • Mon • 6:30pm-9:00pm • Lansdowne
  • $235+GST

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No class on November 13


Fiction Writing Intermediate Workshop with Robert Wiersema New

Designed as a follow-up to the introductory Fiction Writing Fundamentals Part 1 & 2 with Robert Wiersema, this intermediate level workshop will guide developing writers through a larger work, either a short story or part of a novel. The name of the game is writing, and students should come prepared to write, read, critique and discuss during class sessions, and to write between sessions. This hands-on work will be complemented by lectures, discussions and Q&A sessions. Prerequisite: Fiction Writing Fundamentals Part 1 & 2, Fiction Writing Workshop with Robert Wiersema or equivalent. Please call 250-370-4773 to discuss equivalency.

Important Note: Students must be prepared to submit and critique work weekly, starting with the first class. After you enroll, instructions will be emailed for submitting your work approximately one week before the class starts: a story, scene or chapter of not more than 1500 words. The first six submissions received will then be emailed to each student for you to read and critique starting with the first class.
Next offering: Winter 2018
 

Sorry, this course is not offered at this time.

Undressing Your Master Poet: A Poetry Workshop with Yvonne Blomer

This is your opportunity to enter a poet’s work deeply, and let that work inspire your own poetry. In this five-week course, students will select a Master Poet to study, respond to, mimic and learn from. This will be an exploration where you will select and undress the lines, language and metaphors of your chosen poet. In 'Hologram: A Book of Glosas', P.K. Page writes that the glosa form was for her an opportunity to give homage to poets that she loved and who influenced her as a poet. In the poem, 'Taking off Emily Dickinson’s Clothes', Billy Collins writes “how there were sudden dashes whenever we spoke,” a poem where he takes risks, is cheeky but also pays homage to a great American poet. There will be readings, a short presentation and in-class writing as well as weekly homework.

Sorry, this course is not offered at this time.

Beginning a Book-Length Memoir – Part 2

In this six-week class students will continue to work on a memoir they have begun. Through readings and discussions, in-class writing and homework, students will flesh out ideas on structure, tense, point of view, story, action, beginnings and endings. In-class writing will prime the pump so memories begin to flow and cohere. This is an intensive class for those interested in writing a long piece – essay or book – and in being supported in continuing that work. Prerequisite: Students will have taken Beginning a Book-length Memoir (Part 1) or will have permission from the instructor.

Sorry, this course is not offered at this time.

Sessions in Songwriting New

Sessions in Songwriting combines a passion for music with a practical ‘hands-on’ approach to the creative process. The workshops focus on exercises and activities with opportunities to collaborate with others and share ideas within the group.  Session topics include: The Dynamics of the Creative Process, Collecting & Developing Ideas, Lyrics & Melody, Instrumentation, Vocals & Harmonies, Arrangement & Charts and Recording as a Tool for Songwriters. Sessions in Songwriting will be a bridge between all your great ideas, lyrics and melodies and completed songs you can play and perform and record.  

Participants will be contacted prior to the first session with information about what to bring. For more information about Sessions in Songwriting please visit:  www.reverbnation.com/randomspacecollaboration

Sorry, this course is not offered at this time.

Film Adaptation

Hate it when your favourite book or short story is adapted into a terrible film? Think you can do better? You can. This course challenges you to adapt a short story or book or any other source material into a short screenplay, a feature film, or even a TV pilot. We will look at various theories and approaches to adaptation, analyze adapted films, and discuss the differences between screenplay structure and literary structure.

Claire Mulligan is an awarding winning novelist and short story writer. She is currently pursuing a MFA in screen and screen adaptation at the University of Victoria.

2017F WRIT 831G 001 • Nov 25 - Dec 2 (2 sessions) • Claire Mulligan
  • Sat • 9:00am-1:00pm • Interurban
  • $125+GST

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How to Write a Short Film

A short film is different than a feature-length film. It has its own set of rules and dynamics (though many are applicable to the expanded feature film screenplay). Like other film formats, short filmmaking demands excellence in direction, performance, cinematography, editing, and all the other cinematic crafts. These crafts all aid to interpret one thing... the script. But a bad script equals a bad film. If you have a short script you’re having trouble with or have never written a short script before – this class is for you! During this workshop you will learn how to put the script together and then dissect it to create the best outcome possible. 

2017F WRIT 817G 001 • Nov 4 - Nov 18 (2 sessions) • Michael Giampa
  • Sat • 10:00am-5:00pm • Lansdowne
  • $235+GST

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No class November 11


Screenwriting 101: The Basics and Beyond

A screenplay is the blueprint that allows an idea to go from imagination to movie. The passion to pen the “Next Great Novel” has fast been replaced by the desire to write the "Next Great Screenplay". But what exactly is a screenplay and what is involved in the scripting process? This energetic, fun and informative course is for anyone who loves movies and is curious about screenwriting or is considering it as a career. Classes will examine the fundamentals (using movie clips, screenplay samples and creative exercises) to explore the ins and outs of film writing.

  • "Terrific class. Course description was right on."
  • "Everything was beneficial. A great overview of the craft for keeners like myself." 
  • "Practical, inspiring, fun." – Student Evaluations

Sorry, this course is not offered at this time.

ABC'S of Writing for Children New

Writing for children is not as easy as it seems, regardless if it is a picture book or a short chapter book. Even the simplest of stories takes time to craft.  This workshop will focus mainly on illustrated books. You will discuss how to write for children, choosing your age group and editing and marketing your book using social media and CreateSpace/Amazon. There are in-class and take-home assignments. You should have a solid story outline by the end of these classes.

2017F WRIT 864G 001 • Nov 20 - Nov 27 (3 sessions) • Darcy Nybo
  • Mon Wed • 6:30pm-8:30pm • Lansdowne
  • $129+GST

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Creative Writing - Exploring your Options New

This six-session workshop will explore different types of creative writing. Exercise your writing skills in many different ways with each class developing a skill that will be used in the next class. During the sessions, you will find your written voice, write poetry for flow, romance writing for dialogue, mystery and thriller writing for tension building, creative non-fiction for research building skills, and science fiction and fantasy for the fun of it. There will be in-class assignments and assignments to bring back for the next class. 

2017F WRIT 865G 001 • Oct 24 - Nov 9 (6 sessions) • Darcy Nybo
  • Tues Thur • 6:30pm-8:30pm • Lansdowne
  • $179+GST

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Fabulous Fiction New

In this workshop you will learn how to create a short story for submission to a contest. You will explore the different types of fiction and learn which one works best for you. Learn the structure of a short story and how to write any kind of fiction. We will discuss how to create tension within the plot, know and understand your readers, character development, and point of view. The final day is a review of the first draft, more tips and a long list of short story contests. Students can start from scratch, or have a short story they want to improve on. In class and take-home assignments.

2017F WRIT 866G 001 • Nov 14 - Nov 21 (3 sessions) • Darcy Nybo
  • Tues Thur • 6:30pm-8:30pm • Lansdowne
  • $129+GST

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Self-Publishing New

In this session, learn to navigate the road to self-publishing, understanding why self-publishing is no longer taboo. Discover the ins and outs of where your book goes and who gets what in traditional publishing. Find a publisher and learn about copyright, layout, writing apps, software options and what to include for your editor. In the end, learn how to treat your book as a business. Understand tax information, ISBN, CIP, budgeting, bar codes, selling online through Amazon and Kindle, and most importantly, learn how to price your book and market it to sell.

2017F WRIT 858G 001 • Oct 14 - Oct 28 (3 sessions) • Darcy Nybo
  • Sat • 9:00am-12:00pm • Lansdowne
  • $139+GST

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Story of Your Life - (Daytime) New

You have a life, you have a story! In this interactive workshop, Darcy will help you to clarify your goals, get organized, and start drafting your story. She will assist you with unearthing your memories and making them readable so you can present your story. Lots of group interaction and several in-class and take-home assignments.

Sorry, this course is not offered at this time.

Writing History

Do you have a story set in the past that you wish to tell? Whether it is family history, personal history, creative non-fiction or fiction history, or factual history, this course, with its nuts and bolts approach, will help get you started or help improve upon your existing material. Lecture topics include: research, angle of approach, dialogue, plot & structure, character development, dynamic scenes, and marketing your work. Short assignments will be given each week and workshopped during the second half of the class. 

Instructor Claire Mulligan's first novel, The Reckoning of Boston Jim, was nominated for the Giller prize and the BC Book Prize. Her second novel The Dark was published by Random/Doubleday in 2013 and was short-listed for the 2014 Canadian Author's Award.

2017F WRIT 828G 001 • Oct 4 - Nov 22 (8 sessions) • Claire Mulligan
  • Wed • 6:00pm-8:30pm • Lansdowne
  • $265+GST

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Postcard Shorts New

In this fun and interactive course, learn the fine art of writing a short, short story. Discover how much you can say in as little as 250 words.  Learn how to create flow and write engaging stories with in-class practice activities, then find out how to submit your postcards stories for contests.  
Next offering: Winter 2018

Sorry, this course is not offered at this time.

The Novel Series New

This course is a four part series that takes you from blank page to finished novel!  Take home assignments after each session.
Session 1: Create Compelling Characters
Great characters will enhance and brighten any story. Learn how create and keep track of the great characters you create.

Session 2: Plan a Plausible Plot
After great characters, comes a fantastic plot. Learn how to properly plot your novel. Some like to just write, others know you need some type of outline to spot holes and weak spots in your story.

Session 3: Crank up the Conflict
Learn how to build tension and crank up the conflict in your story. The solid character and plot that you created in the first two sessions, are the basis for this session to create a thrilling and enthralling read.

Session 4: Finish with Flair
Learn how to polish your book like a pro. A look at plot, dialogue and prose as well as active and passive voice. Consider if hiring and editor or doing it yourself is right for you. Find out what all those proofreader marks are and use a punctuation guide. Learn about finding and agent and/or publisher. 

Next Offering: Winter 2018

Sorry, this course is not offered at this time.

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