DATES FOR UPCOMING CLASSES

  • The list below shows all of the voiceover classes that have been scheduled through September. We have new Voiceover 101 and Voiceover 102 classes starting almost every month.
  • NOTE: The dates shown are START dates. All classes except for Voiceover 103 are four weeks long.

  1. SUN 5/13: VOICEOVER 101
  2. SUN 5/13: ACCENTS-DIALECTS 101
  3. SAT 6/9: VOICEOVER 103 
  4. SAT 6/23: VOICEOVER 101 
  5. SAT 6/23: ACCENTS-DIALECTS 101
  6. SUN 6/24: VOICEOVER 102 
  7. SUN 6/24: ACCENTS-DIALECTS 102
  8. TUES 6/26: VOICEOVER 101 
  9. SAT 7/21: VOICEOVER 102
  10. SAT 7/21: VOICEOVER 102
  11. SUN 7/22: VOICEOVER 101 
  12. SAT 7/22: ACCENTS 101 
  13. TUES 7/24: VOICEOVER 102 
  14. SUN 7/29: VOICEOVER 101 
  15. SUN 7/29: ACCENTS 101 
  16. SAT 9/15: VOICEOVER 101 
  17. SAT 9/15: ACCENTS 101 
  18. SUN 9/16: VOICEOVER 102 
  19. SUN 9/16: ACCENTS 102 

LET’S MAKE A MOVIE

CLASS DESCRIPTION:

Want to star in a movie, while learning how films are made? Here’s your chance!  In this class, we’ll create and film a short movie, working together as a group. Everyone in the class who wants to, will be in the film. Important: If you are new to acting, take ACTING 101 before taking this course.

You can take LET’S MAKE A MOVIE just for fun, or as part of our Acting for the Camera certificate program.


17396Sign up now using the link below:

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Class 17396: Let's Make a Movie -
Saturdays, 3pm-5pm 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, 2/16
Last 2 meetings may go as late as 9 pm
Tuition: $150 + $10 registration fee
University of Washington campus - Seattle
Minimum: 5. Maximum: 15. Enrolled so far: 3

"Want to star in a movie while learning how films are made? And get some good material for your actor reel? Here’s your chance..."

 

WRITING SCIENCE FICTION and FANTASY

In this class, we’ll focus on writing (short) science fiction and fantasy, paying special attention to what makes stories seem real and believable even when the characters and locale are exotic or unreal. Topics for the writing prompts will include time travel, alien invasions, robots, wizards and warriors, space travel, and other SF and fantasy themes. Students have opportunities to share their writings and get feedback from others in the class.  Whether you’re an established SF writer or a novice, come join us and have fun writing.

Writing science fiction and fantasy gives us an opportunities to explore worlds of emotion and imagination, and to speculate on everything from how current social trends may develop in the future, to what life may be like on other worlds or times, to what it means to be human. Science fiction can have a logical and scientific foundation, or one that’s intensely personal. Instructor: Nils Osmar


Also recommended: Writing Fiction and Short Stories

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Class #27725 - WRITING SCIENCE FICTION -
Next class will be scheduled soon!
Tuition: $150 + $10 registration fee
University of Washington campus

ACCENTS & DIALECTS FOR ACTORS 102

A follow-up for students who have taken Rick’s “Accents and Dialects for Actors” class, and would like to keep learning and practicing, and using their new skills in actual scripted scenes. You can take this class just for fun, or apply it toward our Voiceover Acting Certificate program.

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Class #158542: Accents & Dialects 102 -
Sundays 1 pm- 3 pm. 10/14, 10/21, 10/28, 11/4

Tuition: $150 + $10 reg. fee

Seattle: University of Washington
Max. enrollment: 12. Enrolled so far: 3

 

 

WRITE YOUR NOVEL

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Class #17526
WRITE YOUR NOVEL
Seattle: University of Washington
Dates and times have not yet been scheduled for this class. If you'd like to be notified when they are, please email us at rekindleschool@gmail.com

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Thinking about writing a novel? Or have one underway, and looking for a boost to move it toward completion?  In this Seattle novel writing class, we’ll look at character, plot andstory structure, and do some in-class writing exercises to get you rolling. Plus, you’ll learn how to use a traditional story structure with roots in myth and legend, to solve common story structure problems and bring your novel into focus.

Students will have the opportunity to share their writings in class and get feedback from the instructors and others. You’ll also learn about how to approach publishers, copyrighting your novel and more.  Whether you’re in the early planning stages of writing a novel, or have been thinking about one for a while and need a boost to get it moving again, this class will help.  More Seattle Writing Classes

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