Are you a fan of The Moth, Risk, Snap Judgment? Here is your chance to learn the art and craft of first-person, true storytelling. Compose and edit your story arc, learn how to use humor, overcome your fear of pubic speaking and perform your story live! The class runs from 1/22 - 2/19 and provides an opportunity for students to work in a collaborative environment with other interesting humans!
UNEXPLAINED! SPOOKY CONCERT AND STORY SWAP
THU · OCTOBER 18, 2018
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm
$10 in advance - $12 at the door
20TH ANNUAL WOMEN CAN DO STEM & TRADES CONFERENCE
OCTOBER 11, 2018
VERMONT TECHNICAL COLLEGE, RANDOLPH CENTER, VT.
Women Can Do is a one-day career immersion experience for 9-12th grade girls from across Vermont. It features dozens of hands-on workshops and action stations highlighting careers in the skilled trades and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields.
Please join us for the post walk celebration and listen to music by The Brevity Thing and hear the true stories of bravery!
Join the International Institute of New England to honor the contributions of refugees and immigrants through the timeless art of live storytelling. Local foreign- and U.S.- born residents will perform first-person stories on themes of refugee resettlement and immigrant integration.
All funds support International Institute of New England services: refugee resettlement, English language education, workforce training, citizenship services, and more. Hosted in partnership with Massmouth, TripAdvisor, and IINE's Resettle Together community network.
Do have stories to tell? Of course you do! Learn how to structure and deliver a great story with a fun group of people! The class runs for 6 weeks and culminates in a performance at the Flynn!
Registration is open!
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