4 results for 'Creative Writing'
|Class Title||Section||Start • End Dates||County||Description||Section ID||Start Date||End Date||Instructor Name||Location||Building/Room||Hours (CEUs)||Class Meetings||Enrollment||Inst. Method||Cost||Books||Registration|
|Memoir: Mechanics and Meaning||C2056||5/23 - 6/27||Chatham||Participants will explore different genres that embrace memoir and how those function. We'll explore texts to reveal techniques writers can use to give depth and energy to their work. Class exercises and prompts, as well as short homework assignments are features of this class.||71674||May 23, 2019||June 27, 2019||Jane Andrews||PMC (Pittsboro Main Campus) (opens in a new window)||Pittsboro Admin/Class, room 0226||9.00 (0.90)||11 seats of 12 available 1||TR-Traditional (100% face-to-face instruction)||$60||n/a|
|Write a Children's Book||H2679||7/15 - 8/14||Harnett||Entertain a child with your children's story! Discover the history and form of the fairy tale genre by writing your own children's book. Learn to develop your concept, characters, and tale. Through weekly writing, students will learn to pen their children's story. Learn to self-publish your children's book if desired.||71728||July 15, 2019||August 14, 2019||Lisa Kim||HMC (Harnett Main Campus) (opens in a new window)||Miriello Bldg., room 0128||20.00 (2.00)||15 seats of 15 available 1||TR-Traditional (100% face-to-face instruction)||$70||n/a|
|Write a Memoir: Tell Your Story||H2695||5/29 - 7/3||Harnett||Begin your journey of sharing personal thoughts, ideas, and time gone by. Through miscellaneous readings and weekly writing, students will learn to pen their life and perspectives - preserving a legacy, an intimate living history, for a family and future generations to enjoy. Learn to self-publish your memoirs if desired.||71730||May 29, 2019||July 3, 2019||Lisa Kim||HMC (Harnett Main Campus) (opens in a new window)||Miriello Bldg., room 0128||22.00 (2.20)||15 seats of 15 available 1||TR-Traditional (100% face-to-face instruction)||$70||n/a|
|Writing About Family||C2055||7/11 - 8/8||Chatham||Our family stories are personal and therefore close to us and full of detail writers can use in description and dialogue. Authors like Thomas Mann, Alice Munro, John Updike and Frank McCourt have worked imaginative wonders using families as source material. Students will explore multiple genres and styles to best tell the family story, and end class with future prompts to keep the process going.||71661||July 11, 2019||August 8, 2019||Jon Obermeyer||PMC (Pittsboro Main Campus) (opens in a new window)||Pittsboro Admin/Class, room 0226||10.00 (1.00)||11 seats of 12 available 1||TR-Traditional (100% face-to-face instruction)||$85||n/a|
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