Saturday July 17th
Join David Hazard and other authors for a writers for a outdoor summer writing workshop designed to help writers stay inspired to write even during the lazy days of summer.
Getting focused and staying focused, then keeping our writing on-track -- these can be big challenges to manage when the weather is so nice. This workshop allows writers to be social, get out into nature, and still have a great time writing their own stories.
This writers workshop will include training and guidance on such things as understanding your audience, storyboarding and outlining, scene building, character development. And you'll have a chance to share brief readings and receive group feedback (if you wish) -- or you can just share and let us enjoy your work. Along the way, you'll enjoy the camaraderie of other writers who will help you keep the creative fires burning.
Students are encouraged to bring writing materials, a packed lunch, water, sun screen, and any work you wish David to quickly look over and review.
Registration Deadline is July 14th
Members: $50 Non-Member: $65
Covid Update: Due to current Covid-19 guidelines we are asking all interested students if you are fully vaccinated, as a part of our registration process. At this time you do not need to be fully vaccinated in order to participate in in-person workshops. This information will only be used for the View Center for Art and Culture to prepare proper seating for our classes in accordance with CDC and New York State guidelines. Masks and social distancing is required if you have not yet been fully vaccinated and or have not provided proof of vaccination to the front desk.
About David: David is an international writing coach, who has launched bestselling, award-winning, and acclaimed authors for 40 years - and the founder of View’s Art*iculation Writing Program. One of his specialty areas is helping writers handle issues of mindset, organization, and strategy - and how to evaluate their ideas to be sure they’re on the right track for publishing their work.