Find Your Voice and Tell Your Story
Can a person become more creative?
Two-Time Emmy nominated writer/producer/cartoonist Steven Fischer shares the crucial qualities for nurturing creativity he’s learned in a 20-year arts career. He reveals how people discover and refine their unique voice, and offers a look at how risk-taking nurtured his creativity and led to the blossoming of a fulfilling life in the arts. He dissects the creative process, and outlines the foundation that needs to be built for a person to rediscover their natural creativity.
How do we talk to people about our expertise?
Coach and consultant Lance Brett Hall helps creative people talk about their work and vision in a way that’s engaging, brief, passionate and precise.
When we talk to people about our creative pursuits, we usually end up putting ourselves into neat categories. Saying “I’m a filmmaker,” “I’m a photographer,” or “I’m a graphic designer” doesn’t convey the passion for our craft that we have, and only serves as a label.
Using storytelling technique, he’ll help you communicate your unique artistry.
Join Chicago Creative Coalition and Steven and Lance as they share their expertise and journeys with us, to help us find our voice and tell our story..
Monday March 10, 2014
6:30 p.m. networking
7-9 p.m. program
1735 N. Ashland (the Mural Building)
parking in lots north and south of the building available, as well as street parking
$10 admission for members of C3, IWOC, CWIP, Chicago Web Pros & tenants of the Mural Building
$20 general admission
$5 student admission
Reserve your spot today!
Written by: mtanimura