A collaboration with Stillwater, Hastings, and Mankato Public Schools.
An opportunity for High School Students
With the help of an iPad!
StoryArk is committed to helping reduce the digital divide, and with that in mind, all participants in the program will receive for free, to keep, an iPad or iPad Air so that any story you imagine up, you can produce! All we ask is that you will be a part of a movement to empower youth and uplift the stories of others.
Fridays from 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM Online via iPads on Zoom
TBD: iPad Overview with Apple Creative
20 Who am I, Who are You?
04 My Story, Your Story
11 The Issues that Matter
18 Story Arc: Podcast, Film, Literary Arts
08 What’s your story? How do you want to tell it?
22 Writers Room – characters and plot
29 Writers Room – Outline
05 Writers Room – Write
19 Writers Room – Write
26 Writers Room – Write/Revise/Previz
05 Writers Room – Revise/Shot list
09 Post Production: edit, music
16 Post Production: edit, music
April 23 StoryArk Network Live! with virtual gallery
Students share stories with students, virtual gallery made public
Because everything we do at StoryArk is student initiated and student led, the program will be run by our StoryArk alumni pre-professional staff along with professionals from the film and literary industry including Charles Carpenter and Ski-ter Jones. There will be special guest appearances by authors, podcasters, screenwriters, actors and directors based on student wish list.
Live sharing online at the StoryArk Network Live! event with other students
Featured on the StoryArk Network podcast, app and web page
Published in the multi-media Boom Site Newsletter and included in Boom Site Magazine
Included in the StoryArk Network Live! virtual gallery
Shared online with your peers from all over the Twin Cities Metro – and the world
Stories have the power to change society. They provide entertainment and for just a moment allow us an escape to appreciate the tales of another. Whether through podcast, film, novel, poem or song, storytellers are the most powerful people in the world because they can show us the vision of what we should become. Stories also help us explore who we are and grow in understanding and empathy of each other. Join us on a creative journey as we explore what matters most to us through the power of story.
This project is a part of the Absent Narratives Project, a collaboration with StoryArk, Stillwater, Hastings and Mankato school districts as a part of their commitment to empower, uplift and amplify the voice of youth – especially those stories underrepresented and marginalized