Released: April 11, 2016
Visible Words: The Art of Storytelling with Classifiers
Let’s create better visual imagery with ASL classifiers! Maybe you’ve wondered: Are there any new classifiers? Which classifiers best express certain ideas? How can we use classifiers most effectively? ASL classifiers are simply handshapes used to convey action and ideas in concise and visually articulate ways. Let’s polish our storytelling by improving visual imagery with classifiers. This workshop will offer hands-on practice in using classifier handshapes with creativity and precision. Move away from thinking in English and stringing signs together. Let handshapes tell the story!
April 23, 2016 ~ 9am to 12pm Santa Fe Community College, Jemez Room 6401 Richards Ave, Santa Fe NM 87508
ASL/Voice Interpreters are available! SFCC is dedicated to promoting environments rooted in mutual respect and free from bias and discrimination.
Requests for reasonable accommodations can be made by contacting Beth Hansen at (505)819-5630 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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