Digital Storytelling with Charlotte Gullick
Taught by Charlotte Gullick
October 21-24 TWThF 8:30-10:30AM
Austin Community College – Eastview
The Arts and Services Digital Storytelling workshop will walk participants through the process of creating a three-to-five minute digital story. We will identify and develop first-person narratives, incorporate still images, video and music to enhance the story. Participants will be guided through editing software to create their own pieces; sharing of these stories is optional to larger audience. Those who sign up should bring 3-7 photos from their military/family experience, if they have them.
Charlotte Gullick is a novelist, essayist, editor, educator and Chair of the Creative Writing Department at Austin Community College. She holds a MA in English/Creative Writing from UC Davis and is currently a MFA student in Creative Nonfiction at the Institute of American Indian Arts. Charlotte’s first novel, By Way of Water, was chosen by Jayne Anne Phillips as the Grand Prize winner of the Santa Fe Writers Project Literary Awards Program, and her other awards include a Christopher Isherwood Fellowship for Fiction, a Colorado Council on the Arts Poetry Fellowship aMacDowell Colony Residency as well as the Evergreen State College 2012 Teacher Excellence Award. Charlotte’s work often explores the intersection of landscape, legacy, family, and identity, and she believes deeply in the power of story to create healing and coherence.