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California Listens: Digital Storytelling for the 21st Century (Part 2)

  • Downtown Central Library 222 E. Harvard Street Glendale, CA USA (map)

Hosted by Library, Arts & Culture and StoryCenter 

California Listens is a statewide initiative to gather local stories covering generations of both native and immigrant California families. Through this gathering of family stories, this project highlights the stories of what it means to be Californian, and opens the door between communities that live and work together within the City of Glendale, and within the state itself.

The  seminar begins with an Overview to Digital Storytelling, and continues to train attendees to not only share and record their stories, but also to record the stories of others.

NOTE: This is a 2-day seminar which begins on Friday, September 14. Click the RSVP link for more information on both days and to reserve your spot.

Agenda

  • How to Make a Great Video Story
  • How to Write a Narration Script and Record It
  • How to Prepare a Visual Treatment for your Story
  • The Basics of Video Editing in WeVideo
Earlier Event: September 15
She's the Boss Summit + Expo
Later Event: September 15
Opening Day Tech Experience