|Workshop:||Echo Park Workshop: Greatest Story Ever Written|
|Date:||Mar 10, 1–3 PM|
|Age Range:||11 to 14|
|Description:||Why do some stories keep you on the edge of your seat, make your heart thump, make you hold your breath in anticipation? Why are some stories very boring even though there's so much happening all the time? Wanna find out? Grab your wrench and join the workshop-- we're going to put these stories up on blocks and pull their engines apart to find out what makes 'em tick. |
Students will be writing stories as individuals and as teams through a series of fun and stimulating games.
Signups open up on Feb. 10th.
|Teacher:|| Christian Yetter|
|Teacher Bio:|| Christian is a writer and educator in the LA area. He spent a fair chunk of his life teaching ESL in Korea and designs very bad board games in his spare time. His favorite animal is the mimic octopus and he thinks it should be your favorite too.|
|Address:||826LA in Echo in Park|
1714 W. Sunset. Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90026
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Signup is closed for this workshop.