Story Bar Lab
January 29, 2018 @ 6:30 pm - March 5, 2018 @ 8:30 pm$199
The Story Bar Lab:
Join Story Bar for an interactive six-week intensive on creativity. Held on Mondays from 6:30-8:30pm, this workshop will dive into the universal elements of creativity and storytelling by exploring a diverse range of art mediums. Focused on the process and the act of doing, opposed to the outcome or product, Story Bar Lab will explore ways to overcome fear, embrace curiosity, and channel our muse in all creative endeavors.
What to Expect:
This course is experiential, hands-on, and tactile. The Lab will utilize exercises to help cultivate imagination, innovation, and creativity. Each class will focus on a different part of the creativity process, using various literary, performance, and visual art practices as the guides.
Who Should Attend:
Anyone looking to kickstart or follow-through with a creative project
Anyone wanting to discover more about their habits and approach to creativity
Anyone hoping to explore the process of being creative
Anyone wishing to make creativity a part of his or her daily life
Anyone interested in learning more about creativity as to pertains to multiple art mediums
Anyone looking to explore the intersection of art and the human condition
Erin Hallagan is the Founder and Artistic Director of Story Bar, a multi-disciplinary arts initiative featuring storytelling and the exploration of the human condition through community-driven programming. Through Story Bar, she has launched four signature programs: Story Mixers, Inward and Artward, Story Baton, and Story Bar Lab, all designed to bring audiences and artists together through creativity, community, and collaboration.
Prior to Story Bar, Erin served as Creative Director of the Austin Film Festival & Writers Conference, in addition to producing the festival’s PBS affiliated television show On Story. She is currently on the board of the Austin Film Festival, Austin Emerging Art Leaders, and recently co-produced the inaugural Creatives Meet Business Experience, a conference catered for artist entrepreneurs and creative small-business owners. Before Erin lived in Austin, she taught writing classes at the Graduate School of DC.
Erin believes everyone has a story to tell, and that we are all creative. She is to dedicated making a difference through the the transformative power of the arts.