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California Listens - Digital Storytelling Workshop

This workshop is part of California Listens, a multi-year program at select public libraries sponsored by the California State Library. The workshop will be led by Berkeley's StoryCenter, who will teach you their Digital Storytelling method that is used worldwide. 

The stories created in this workshop will become part of a state archive of stories about what it means to be Californian.

This workshop is a wonderful opportunity to put your creativity to work to create something powerful!

In this workshop you will learn:

  • 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

Workshop participants must commit to preparation time, attendance during the entire two days, and be available after the workshop for follow-up participation. 

To apply, please visit: Applications must be received by June 9.

Wednesday & Thursday, June 28-29
Rinconada Library,
1213 Newell Rd
9AM - 5PM

For questions or more information, please contact:

California Listens, Summer 2017 is sponsored by California State Library, in conjunction with Califa Group, StoryCenter, and the Palo Alto City Library.

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