Sat. March 17
Sat. April 7
Sat. May 5
Your story could become a part of the new Twin Ports Stories mobile story collection!
New student discount!
$30 workshop fee – for adults 18 & up
$15 for students – 18 & up
Registation is limited. Preregistration is required.
Make a Mobile Story Workshop
In this one-day workshop you’ll be guided from start to finish to make your own mobile story or poem using the free Aris authoring tool.
You can choose how your reader will access your pages or scenes. Opt to have your reader or viewer:
- walk or drive to a new location (uses GPS), like a tour
- scan a QR code
- scan a photo or graphic
- click a marker on an online map
- or just click Continue!
Besides text, you can easily add any of these features:
- spoken words
All workshops will be held at:
Marshall School Computer Lab, 1215 Rice Lake Road, Duluth, MN
In each workshop:
* Introduction to the Aris authoring tool
* Developing your story idea and storyboarding your story
* Start making your story in Aris (your instructor is ready to help)
* Story and idea sharing
From 3 – 5 p.m. is optional time for you to continue working on your story with story and technical help from your instructor.
Showcase your work at a final public gathering at the Duluth Superior Film Festival June 1-2, 2018. If you choose, you can add your story to the new a collection of Twin Ports Stories for mobile devices.
Choose your workshop from three dates:
Mobile Story Workshop, Sat. March 17, 10 am – 3 pm (3-5 p.m. optional) — $30
Mobile Story Workshop, Sat. April 7, 10 am – 3 pm (3-5 p.m. optional) — $30
Mobile Story Workshop, Sat. May 5, 10 am – 3 pm (3-5 p.m. optional)
An additional advanced workshop will be added on request. Please enter your request on the Contact page.
Credit card payments will be processed by PayPal – no account needed.
About the Instructor:
Lisa Larson used Aris Editor to develop new learning game modules with augmented reality for the Minnesota Historical Society for a project funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Lisa holds a Doctor of Education in Instructional Technology and Media and a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing. She has designed and led over 80 workshops. She’s been a member of Lake Superior Writers since 2004. Contact her at email@example.com with any questions.
This workshop series was made possible in part by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Arrowhead Regional Arts Council, thanks to legislative appropriation from the arts & cultural heritage fund.