Workshops



Workshops range from the playful to the practical, and are taught by volunteer writers, artists, educators, and publishing professionals.

Please note: Due to a high interest in this program and our commitment to keeping class sizes small, workshop attendance is determined by lottery. Once the lottery has been drawn, you will be notified of your status. Please only sign up for a workshop if you can make every session, as we generally have a lengthy wait list. If admitted to a workshop, we’ll require a $25 refundable deposit to hold your spot.

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Trial Advocacy Workshop (12-15)

In this winter workshop, students will navigate trial of Shady Sam, a security guard accused of committing a jewelry heist. They will learn to analyze and use physical and testimonial evidence to craft a case for and against Sam’s innocence. Through their investigation, they will formulate narratives, grapple with the art of persuasion, and more.

Sign up here or in the embedded link to the right.

Ages 12-15
Sundays (January 29 and February 5 & 12)
12:00-2:00pm
Brooklyn Superhero Supply Company at 372 5th Avenue in Park Slope

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In this winter workshop, students will navigate trial of Shady Sam, a security guard accused of committing a jewelry heist. They will learn to analyze and use physical and testimonial evidence to craft a case for and against Sam’s innocence. Through their investigation, they will formulate narratives, grapple with the art of persuasion, and more.

Ages 12-15
Sundays (January 29 and February 5 & 12)
12:00-2:00pm
Brooklyn Superhero Supply Company at 372 5th Avenue in Park Slope

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