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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Social Media Experiences Workshop (12-15)

826NYC is partnering with Scholastic and Common Sense Media to publish the works of young authors as they relate to their personal experiences using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube, mobile phones, and other social tools. The books will feature writing in various forms, including essays, Tweet-length posts, Facebook-style entries, and more. The pieces will talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly of living life online. The target audience for this book will be students ages 8-12. The idea is that the students who write for this book are teaching the next generation about the good and the challenging aspects of social media and technology.
Ages 12-15
Date: Thursday, May 11th, 2017
Time: 5:30-7:30pm
Location: Brooklyn Superhero Supply Company at 372 5th Avenue in Park Slope

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826NYC is partnering with Scholastic and Common Sense Media to publish the works of young authors as they relate to their personal experiences using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube, mobile phones, and other social tools. The books will feature writing in various forms, including essays, Tweet-length posts, Facebook-style entries, and more. The pieces will talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly of living life online. The target audience for this book will be students ages 8-12. The idea is that the students who write for this book are teaching the next generation about the good and the challenging aspects of social media and technology.

Ages 12-15
Thursday, May 11
5:30-7:30pm
Brooklyn Superhero Supply Company at 372 5th Avenue in Park Slope

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