Summer Storytelling Masterclass

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Founder and host of Generation Women, Georgia Clark, is teaching our third storytelling masterclass. In this intimate 2.5-hour workshop, you'll turn a vague idea or outline into a polished and professional story, ready to perform live or publish in print or online. You'll discover what makes your story memorable and unique, learn how to apply powerful fiction techniques to bring your story to life, and edit confidently to deliver an assured piece of writing. In addition to being a published author/essayist, Georgia works with every Generation Women performer to make her story the best version of itself. 

Date: Sunday June 9th
Time: 1.30pm - 4pm
Location: Elevator building in South Williamsburg, address on confirmation
Cost: $70, includes snacks and tea/coffee. Payment methods: Venmo, PayPal, Chase Quick Pay, check. 
To sign up, fill out the form below, and be sure to include how you’ll be paying and any questions. Admissions received on a rolling basis. Participants must bring a story idea to workshop.

 

SIGN UP AND TELL YOUR STORY!

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Georgia is a talented teacher, producer and author. She helped me fine-tune my story by focusing on what the stakes were for me, tweaking the opening, teaching how to use dialogue to create a sense of dramatic tension, and showing ways to incorporate reflection and humor. We are fortunate to have Georgia in New York!
— Marleen Kassel
I was both excited and anxious before class as I had minimal story telling experience. Georgia was very welcoming and started with her theory after which we jumped into an exercise. The feedback from fellow students and Georgia was so helpful as well as Georgia’s extra support. Since this class I look at everything I write with the story telling lens even at the day job and my communications have most definitely improved.
— Lulu
I thoroughly enjoyed the Storytelling workshop. Georgia provided wonderful guidance through her teaching framework and the facilitated writing session was very productive. I found the group energy and constructive feedback to be extremely helpful. It was a worthwhile and inspiring experience that helped motivate me to take my writing to the next level.
— L.K.