Presented by: Mark Lovett
Storytelling is how humans have communicated for thousands of years, and the art of impactful storytelling has become an important way to share new ideas and insightful perspectives on important topics with the public. This workshop will focus on short format storytelling that is based on the principles of narrative nonfiction, a format widely used at events such as PetchaKucha, Ignite, The Moth, and TEDx, as well as within many corporate environments.
We’ll explore the process of defining the main idea that you want to share, crafting an impactful narrative that explains your idea in a way that resonates with your audience, and how to present that idea to an audience. Prior to the workshop, please read: “TED Talks: The Official TED Guide to Public Speaking” by Chris Anderson, curator of TED.
Tickets are $30 until Oct. 22, and $40 after that and at the door.