Work That Story: March Edition
- Metro Campus, Online via Zoom
Are you considering throwing your name in the hat to tell a story at the Ok, So Tulsa Story Slam in March? Here’s your chance to workshop your story in a safe and supportive online environment. Winners of the Ok, So Tulsa’s annual “Best Storyteller Competition” will help you develop your story by providing feedback and storytelling tips. Please join the online workshop ready to tell your true, personal story that’s no longer than 5 minutes. Rough drafts are encouraged – there’s no such thing as a perfect story!
Winning Storytellers Sloan Davis and Josh Baker will provide helpful questions and feedback throughout the session. This month's theme is Confessions. To get the Zoom link, sign up for our newsletter:
Submit art and writing to 'OFFERINGS,' an exhibition by the Center for Creativity in Tulsa, exploring gratitude, connection, and nature inspired by TCC's common book, Braiding Sweetgrass. Celebrate the unnoticed ties to the natural world and reflect on your unique offerings for a better future.
- Metro Campus, McKeon Center for Creativity
Step out of your comfort zone and try something new at the I Can’t workshops held in-person and online on Saturdays. Think you can’t dance, drum, or 3D print? Think again! Free and open to the public. Come in-person and park in any TCC lot for free or watch online live: https://tulsacc.hosted.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=cf1d6719-d874-4565-a6e4-b0b600e2fe1b
- Metro Campus, McKeon Center for Creativity, 910 S. Boston Ave.