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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Pen Pal Book Project Workshop (Grades 3-5)

*Students must be able to attend all three Wednesday sessions**

May 15th, 2018 is the 100th anniversary of airmail in the US from Washington-Chicago-New York, and to celebrate, 826NYC is working with 826CHI and 826DC to do an airmail pen pal book projects with students from all three cities. Here’s how it will work: in the first session, students will write letters and the opening part of a story, which will then be sent to 826DC. The second week, they’ll get a letter and the first part of a story from 826CHI, and they’ll write the middle part of that story. The third week, they’ll get letters from 826DC and get to write the ending of a story. Then, they’ll get their original stories back, having middles and endings written by students in our partner cities. How cool!

This workshop will be taught by Rebecca Darugar.

Grades 3-5
Mondays, April 23, April 30, and May 7 from 6:30-7:45pm
Brooklyn Superhero Supply Company at 372 5th Avenue in Brooklyn

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*Students must be able to attend all three Wednesday sessions**

May 15th, 2018 is the 100th anniversary of airmail in the US from Washington-Chicago-New York, and to celebrate, 826NYC is working with 826CHI and 826DC to do an airmail pen pal book projects with students from all three cities. Here's how it will work: in the first session, students will write letters and the opening part of a story, which will then be sent to 826DC. The second week, they'll get a letter and the first part of a story from 826CHI, and they'll write the middle part of that story. The third week, they'll get letters from 826DC and get to write the ending of a story. Then, they'll get their original stories back, having middles and endings written by students in our partner cities. How cool!

This workshop will be taught by Rebecca Darugar.

Grades 3-5
Mondays, April 23, April 30, and May 7 from 6:30-7:45pm
Brooklyn Superhero Supply Company at 372 5th Avenue in Brooklyn

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