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Colin Mulvany March 8, 2011, 5:14 p.m. permalink

Sue Morrow asked me to post this. The Kalish  is a killer good workshop that has, in recent years, become very multimedia focused. 

The Kalish is accepting applications for the June 20-24 workshop at Ball State University. 

In its 22nd year, The Kalish teaches visual storytelling across all platforms: mobile, tablet, web and print. It reaches out to anyone handling pictures within a storytelling format. The workshop will benefit multimedia editors and producers, photographers and writers, picture editors, designers, assignment editors, and story editors. 

Rooted in visual editing, the workshop is hands-on with editing exercises using video and stills, story boarding, discussions on editing techniques, audio, interviewing skills, and the of handling still images for online and print. We also address leadership, managing by example, and the ethical treatment of people and images. Our faculty consists of some of the best and creative forces in journalism. 

We are all about storytelling.

Application deadline: May 2, 2011
Application info and a full description of the workshop: http://www.kalishworkshop.org/

We accept up to 32 applicants.

$650 for five days of hands-on learning experience.

Feel free to contact me for additional information/questions. Thank you,

Sincerely,

Sue Morrow
Knight Fellow
School of Visual Communication
Ohio University
Picture Editor, Sacramento Bee
916-826-1345
suemorrow@me.com

Director, The Kalish.
http://www.kalishworkshop.org/

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Eric Seals March 8, 2011, 6:41 p.m. permalink

Thanks Colin for posting this.


I've wanted to do the Advance Storytelling Workshop in Texas or a Maine Workshop in the summer but this is so close to me I might have to look into this

Eric

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suemorrow March 8, 2011, 9:42 p.m. permalink

Thanks for posting, Colin.


This is a terrific site. Will visit and pass the word. And contribute, too! Thanks!

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