Master Class

Sonia Sanchez: Where Writing Comes From

Master Class
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Wednesday, July 22, 29 August 5, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Instructor: Sonia Sanchez
Fee: $120. $96 Scribe Members

We are honored that the distinguished poet and playwright Sonia Sanchez will conduct a writing workshop this summer. Over three sessions, Sanchez will help participants find their voice through the process of creating a performance monologue. A soliloquy told simply and directly is what thrills us about radio, theater and often film. The audio monologue is the essence of storytelling. Workshop participants are invited to come with an idea, an image or experience that they would like to explore and write about. Finished works may be thought of as a performance work or as the script for an audio or video piece.

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Aesthethics of Editing

SPRING 2009 SESSION

DATE: Wednesday, May 20; TIME: 6:00 PM

Instructor: Ann Tegnell
Fee: $35. $25 for Scribe Members

As low-cost digital video formats allow videomakers to shoot many more hours of footage, the editor, sifting through all the video and audio elements to find the story, has become even more central to moviemaking. How do you tell a story through the language of editing? What is the meaning of a cut, a dissolve, a fade?

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Meet the Red

SPRING 2009 SESSION
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DATE: Tuesday, April 7 TIME: 7:00 – 9:00 PM

Instructor: Paul Hazlet
Fee: $20. $10 for Scribe & PIFVA members

Want to see what all the fuss is about?

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Archival Footage and Stills

SPRING 2009 SESSION

DATE: Wednesday, February 18 TIME: 4:30 - 6:30 PM

Instructor: Bonnie G. Rowan
Fee: $0. FREE

Interested in doing a project that might involve using historical or archived footage and stills? Don't know what obstacles and costs might be involved given our copyright clearance culture? The Penn Program on Documentaries and the Law presents this special session with D.C. based Media Historian and Researcher Bonnie G. Rowan who in the past 20 years has worked on hundreds of documentaries, exhibits and publications. She will share her expertise in searching collections including those of the National Archives and the Library of Congress.

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Hip-Hop and Media Organizing Against Community Displacement with Invincible

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Instructor: Ilana Weaver aka Invincible
Fee: $10. Scribe members and students free

Ilana Weaver, better known to hip-hop fans as Invincible, is a Detroit-based emcee and community activist who has been rapping and organizing for well over a decade. She will screen and discuss the hybrid music video/documentary Locusts and lead a participatory discussion about local organizing strategies and generating ideas to bring new people and energy into the local anti-displacement projects. MORE INFO

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