"Masks of the Self:Creative Visualization and Discovery"
Great writers see stories before they even pick up a pen. Charles Dickens claimed he simply "saw" his stories unreeling in his mind and set them down on the page. Tennessee Williams said A Streetcar Named Desire came to him first as an image—he "saw" the ravaged face of a woman staring out a window, and knew that she'd just been stood up by the man she loved. This creative visualization exercise teaches the visioning process necessary for storytelling. Using old-fashioned crayons, paper, and a spirit of fun and exploration, we'll learn about the visioning process that sparks writers in the beginning. Through drawing, we’ll understand characterization in new ways, encounter new characters on a journey, and leave with a work of writing that just might inspire our next story.
Location: Street: 7051 Clairemont Mesa Blvd Additional: Ste 302 City: San Diego, Province: California Postal Code: 92111-1040 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)