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For 44 years Kearny Street Workshop has helped Asian Pacific American artists develop their craft and connect with other artists in their chosen field.
Throughout the year KSW offers a variety of educational opportunities to the general public, from four-six week classes to one-day intensives that will put you to work and help strengthen your skills as an artist.
The KSWorkshop Series serves all levels of experience and aims to present fun and creative workshops at affordable prices (scholarships and payment plans may be available but are contingent upon class enrollment).
Back by popular demand, we're presenting another round of “Storytelling for artists, scientists, businesspeople, nerds, performers, and even shy people.” Who should take this? Anyone who has to pitch (themselves, a product, or service), perform, present, talk in public, or persuade/sell/impact others through stories and the art of telling stories. Note: priority given to APIAA-identified attendees and POC-identified attendees, although this workshop is open to any and all people
Narrative Prose Basics with Claire Light
Fiction writers, creative non-fiction writers, and anyone looking to take a back to basics approach to learning the art of Narrative Prose, this class if for you. Join Claire Light, author of Slightly Behind and to the Left, for a four week all-levels course that will help strengthen your understanding of narrative writing and help you put those stories that you’ve been wanting to tell onto the page.