For Day 4, my story would be New Activites. I get board fairly quickly and enjoy doing many things This weekend, for example, I took 2 classes on glass fusing. The first was a 2-day course that was on the 5th and 6th and I learned how to stamp on glass, this was a lot of fun and if allowed I would like to post the finished results in the next few days. On the 7th was a 1-day glass class where we learned how to use a cutting system called Morton this workshop was a challenge as our finished product consisted of creating a Qbert board(my math skills and spatial relations are the strongest) but I was able to create the pattern. If allowed I would also like to post the products here.
So, where or how did my interest in glass come about? The fused glass was actually by accident. I originally wanted to work with glass where I worked with flames shaping glass(different from blown glass). This came about when I was on vacation about 2 years ago when I was in Corning, NY. There was a 3 hour class on how to make a glass pendant which I thought was awesome. So I did some digging to find a studio that did what I thought was looking for, however, it wasn't. It ended up being an Introduction to Fused glass class and 2 years later, I guess you say is history.
I'd like to take a different approach with my aha moment For this section, I have a project I am working on. I currently enrolled in a course of Videomaking and Storytelling and in this project I am to write a narrative, around 2 or 3 min. I have been stumped in developing ideas. When I saw "Art of Story-Telling" for Day 4, I thought this was awesome! My question is, could I please get some guidance developing a narrative through the Art of Story-Telling method?
The resources I've looked up and read I have not been able to make a connection. I find developing my thoughts and ideas into a narrative has always been difficult for me.
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