Kingston Writersfest: Visual Storytelling

Holiday Inn Kingston Waterfront

2 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario

Kingston, ON

Photography

Storytelling

Writing & literature

Youth & teens

Nature & outdoors

Images have the power of saying a lot with a little. In this class, educator, entrepreneur, and creative Claire Bouvier shows you the importance of light and darkness when telling a story and how to use different perspectives to emotionally connect with your audience. After a brief outdoor photography expedition, an exploratory opportunity to take photographs as part of the class, Claire brings you back inside and guides you through the creation of complimentary text to enrich your visuals. Limited spaces, first-come, first-served on the day.

This event is free.

Kingston Writersfest

Fri Sep 27
Sat Sep 28
Sun Sep 29

12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

Organized by

Kingston Writersfest

Kingston WritersFest was launched in 2006 by a core group of dedicated and hardworking volunteers under the auspices of Kingston Frontenac Public Library and Kingston Literacy. Still lovingly organized by a dedicated staff and a corps of book-loving volunteers committed to fostering a love of literature, the festival now welcomes an audience of 6,000 to more than 50 events featuring some 70 authors from around the world, across the country, and down the street. Hailed as one of the best festivals in the country, it is renowned for its unique programming and the intimate atmosphere within which this community of readers and writers continues to grow.

Location

2 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario

Kingston, ON

Event Contact

Barbara Bell

Language

English

Accessibility

This event is wheelchair accessible.