CityLit Project Benefit Workshop!
Writing Resolution with Jessica Anya Blau
Start the year right! Author Jessica Anya Blau serves up writing exercises that inspire and motivate, for writers of all levels and genres. Blau's first two novels received national accolades and distribution. Her third, The Wonder Bread Summer, comes out with HarperCollins next year. Proceeds benefit CityLit Project. Get Tickets!
BIG Intro to Improv
The comedy juggernaut known as Baltimore Improv Group teaches the fundamentals of quick thinking and spontaneous theater. Last class is a showcase for family and friends.
Final Cut Pro 101
Get started with Final Cut Pro! Final Cut is now an industry-standard for video editing, and widely used by most indie filmmakers - but may be a bit of a challenge if you're new to video editing. Learn system set-up, how to capture & work with DV & HD footage, editing tips & tricks, basic titles, transitions, and more! Familiarity with Mac OS required. This class will be taught in FCP X, but will cover previous versions as well. Get Tickets!
!Sí, hablo español!
Candelas Aguero-Long teaches Español para Beginners! Learn basic communication, pronunciation and conjugation skills for the workplace and chatting up your neighbors. 12 personalized & consecutive conversational classes! A native of Spain, Candelas is a longtime instructor for Creative Alliance, importing style, enthusiasm and experience to the classroom.
Woodberry Cocktails with Corey Polyoka
Emphasizing homemade ingredients and raw creativity, the cocktails at Woodberry Kitchen have their own following. Mixologist Corey Polyoka shares their approach, pouring drinks for the class from behind the bar, and sharing the history, techniques and latest trends of the craft. In the Marquee Lounge. Get Tickets!
Approaches to Drawing with
CA Resident Sam Green devises exercises covering a range of drawing techniques: line, contour, value, composition, experimental and abstract approaches, while leaving plenty of room for individual exploration. Beginners welcome. Get Tickets!
This Thing Called Love: Love Stories from Script to Screen
Got a love story you want to tell? Any kind of love will do. Learn how to make it into a short movie, from start to finish, in this aptly timed four-week boot camp production workshop with Goucher Professor, filmmaker and writer Nsenga Burton. Participants will write, produce, edit and screen five-minute short films that explore the theme of love. The film can fall under a number of genres including experimental, documentary, fiction or non-fiction. Participants wanting to adapt a story to a screenplay should bring the completed story in electronic form (thumb drive). Get Tickets!