Join us for this 3 part series and bring your story to life. Creativity is that elusive flutter of light at the edge of your vision that disappears when you look directly at it, but there are a few secrets to tapping into your creativity during difficult times.
Sharing Your Story
Your goal may be the journey, but it could include sharing your discoveries with family, friends, or the public. We’ll talk about all the options you have and the ways to make them happen, from publication to Instagram to Facebook and everything in between.
A Zoom link will be sent prior to the program. Registration closes at 9:00 am the morning of the program.
You may register for some or all of the sessions. Each one stands alone.
Other sessions: May 27 and June 3
Julia Strayer’s writing appears at Glimmer Train, Kenyon Review Online, Indiana Review, Post Road, SmokeLong Quarterly, Mid-American Review and others. She won the Glimmer Train Short Story Award for New Writers, was selected for The Best Small Fictions 2015, and twice nominated for the Pushcart Prize. She earned a BA in Journalism from The Ohio State University, MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business, and MFA from Sarah Lawrence College. She teaches literature, creativity, and creative writing at New York University.
Laurie Klein is an award-winning, internationally recognized master of infrared photography and environmental portraiture and the author of Photographing the Female Form with Digital Infrared, Hand Coloring Black and White Photography, and the first edition of Infrared Photography: Artistic Techniques for Brilliant Images. Her images have appeared in numerous national magazines. She has an MFA in photography from Ohio University and a BFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology. A gifted photographic educator for over 30 years, Laurie teaches classes and presents workshops and photographic tours around the globe.