Do you have a connection to UVM medical school, the medical community in general…have you been to the Dr. recently and have a story to share. Join us for a workshop to prepare you first person true story to tell in January at the 2nd annual Rx story slam hosted by the Larner College of Medicine.
Join in on a community storytelling workshop designed to for entrepreneurs, non-profit, and for-profit companies to use the art of first person narrative to connect with their community.
More than just a shared workshop with all the tools you don't have space for or couldn't afford on your own, The MINT is a community of people sharing their knowledge, experience, and ideas in addition to tools, equipment, and workshop space. Our members include hobbyists, DIY enthusiasts, educators, students, entrepreneurs, non-profit, and for-profit companies.
Thrilled to help launch this class!
Thursdays, 10/24-11/14 (no class 10/31) • 5:30-7 pm • $75/4 wks (includes ticket to Arts Riot Moth Story Slam on 11/12!) • Instructors: Ferene Paris Meyer and Susanne Schmidt • Final Performance at 6pm on 11/20 in the FlynnSpace!
Join us for an evening of true stories that support reproductive freedom
Workshop for Selected Storytellers
EVERYONE has a story to tell…Join us for this 6 week class and join with folks from your community to learn the Arts and Craft of telling a great true story! Classes run Tuesday evenings 5:30 - 7:00pm from 9/17 - 10/22
* register at The Flynn Center - The class include a field trip to a Moth Story Slam and participation in a live performance at the Flynn.
“Mi vida, mi voz” meaning “My life, my voice” is an overnight storytelling and writing workshop for Vermont youth. It is open to all youth with a special focus on students whose families work in agriculture, with the purpose of providing an opportunity for written and spoken expression. This workshop will connect Vermonters from across the state and would be a safe space to explore social issues through a sharing of our perspectives, identities, and what connects us as human beings.