Join us this February for a series of FREE generative writing workshops led by local LA-based authors.
Join us this February for a series of FREE generative writing workshops led by local LA-based authors. The series explores the connections between LA's built environment and how different cultures and communities interface with public space.
Free and open to the public - register here to reserve your spot.
*Registration for this workshop is full. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the waitlist.
Curated by Desiree Zamorano, and co-hosted by the Institute for the Study of Los Angeles and Oxy Arts.
Wednesday, February 12 - Colette Sartor
Designed for writers of all levels and genres, this workshop will help participants generate new writing in a relaxed, collaborative environment. Colette will talk about basic writing craft principles, focusing on how to create richly imagined characters and challenge them with conflicts that threaten their hidden, most deeply held desires. Participants will write in response to writing prompts designed to propel characters into action, then share their work aloud and receive feedback from the class.
Colette Sartor’s debut short story collection, Once Removed (UGA Press), won the Flannery O’Connor Award for Short Fiction. She is executive director of the CineStory Foundation, a mentoring organization for emerging TV writers and screenwriters, and teaches at the UCLA Extension Writers Program as well as privately. Her writing has appeared in Carve Magazine, Slice Magazine, the Chicago Tribune, Kenyon Review Online, Colorado Review, among others.
Oxy Arts is ADA Accessible. For more information visit /oxy-arts/visitor-info
Questions? Email email@example.com or call 323 341 4195
The ISLA Writing Workshop Series is funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation & Roberta Ahmanson.