Short Story Writing with CFCArts
Digital Education Programming Presented by the
Center for Health & Wellbeing
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Short stories are an excellent place to take risks, create a world and characters that interest you, but writing a short story doesn’t come without its challenges. Get started on mastering the art of writing by hearing from Central Florida Community Arts Teaching Artist Chris Hicks. In this session, Hicks shares how to create short stories by using descriptive words that capture the audience’s imagination.
By watching this session, you can expect to learn:
- the roadmap to creating a short story.
- how to create your own original work.
- how to connect with other creative writers.
This program is presented by Chris Hicks and is hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation in collaboration with CFCArts.
About the Program Presenter
Chris Hicks relocated to Orlando from the Chicago area, where she headed up a highly recognized high school theatre program and taught Honors and Advanced Placement English classes. Hicks has a bachelor’s degree in Speech Theatre from Northern Illinois University and a master’s degree in Education from National Louis University. Hicks’ involvement with CFCArts includes teaching the Narrators! class as well as creative writing and acting workshops throughout the community. In her spare time, she enjoys costuming and performing with theaters, most notably as Ethyl in “On Golden Pond” and Mae Peterson in “Bye Bye Birdie,” where she was recognized by the Orlando Sentinel as one of Orlando Theatre’s ‘Best of 2019’ Performers.