Throughout history, people have used myth as a form of storytelling to understand the world and each other. This workshop will explore three characteristics common to mythological story-telling: tricksters, monsters, and constellations. Students will encounter stories beyond the Greek and Roman mythology with which they may already be familiar and will learn to see mythology as a representation of human universality. Along the way, we’ll examine both myth and work that myth has clearly influenced, and we will practice the techniques we learn to write our own myth-inspired prose and poetry. Students will come out of the workshop with the understanding that myths are actually true in many ways because they tell us what it’s like to be human.
- These workshops will require campers to have access to Zoom and GoogleDrive.
- Workshops are capped at 15 students maximum.
- Each student will be assigned a Google Drive folder where they can upload their work for additional instructor feedback and communication.
- The time listed on this registration page will be the time of your 1.5-hour workshop on Zoom. All times as listed in the Central Time Zone.
- Once your registration is complete, you will receive an email from The Library Foundation’s programs manager, Katherine Lamb, with more information about your specific workshop.
- This program runs for one week, M-F. Registration covers this entire one week period. There are no drop-in options or prorated rates.
- Scholarships will be awarded on an ongoing basis to meet demonstrated financial need. To apply for a scholarship, please visit the Badgerdog camps page or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
You will receive an email 30 minutes before class starts with a link to the class and access instructions.