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Home What's On Find the story in your historical facts: Michael Veitch Workshop

Find the story in your historical facts: Michael Veitch Workshop

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Sat 08 August


11am to 12pm


via Zoom



Contact Phone

03 9784 1020

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Are you one of the many people out there doing an extraordinary job as the family or community researcher, you have all the facts, dates, names and places - but now you find that the 'story' eludes you?  

The re-telling of facts in a way that excites an audience can be a daunting task. Don't worry, this is a regularly occurring issue and one Michael Veitch can assist you with.

The facts in themselves, whilst startling, are often not a compelling story until woven into a form. It takes a certain visual storytelling method to flesh out the bones into a full and rich tale that others can enjoy.

Bring your story ideas - listen to tips and techniques. You'll have the opportunity to put your learnings into practice throughout this workshop under the watchful (and helpful) eye of Michael himself.

Numbers are limited for this invaluable FREE workshop with Michael Veitch. Bookings are essential by registering here or call our friendly staff on 9784 1020.

Michael is bringing to life his own family story Hell Ship – The Journey of the Ticonderoga in a one-man play delivered virtually by the Frankston Arts Centre this August. You'll find more information here: https://bit.ly/2Zui3TK


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