Center for Community Engagement (CCE) Non-Credit Classes

Writing Stories for Visual Media

This class has concluded. Please let us know if you’d like to see it offered again.

With Adam Sydney.

Writing a story that will be primarily seen, rather than read, requires a unique set of skills. Whether you are interested in writing a script for a play or movie, a story for a comic book, or even a documentary or instructional video, this intensive workshop will help you hone your writing abilities to produce effective, engaging stories that capture your audience’s attention through a variety of visual strategies.

Required: Bring a notebook and pen, and/or laptop.

There will be a one hour break for lunch (on your own).

Dates:
  1. Sat, Apr 6, 2019 @ 9:00am-4:00pm, at UH Hilo Campus, PB-5 Classroom
Cost:
$60.00
Class Code:
191F2021
Tags:
Creative Arts

This class has concluded. Please let us know if you’d like to see it offered again.

Meet your Instructor

Adam SydneyAdam Sydney has been working with clients on creating effective advertising campaigns for nearly twenty years. He was the creative director at an advertising agency in West Palm Beach for several years and oversaw the creation and implementation of dozens of successful local and regional campaigns--many of which also won awards.