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Bonus Workshops

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Date: October 19
Hotel Löver Várisi út 4., Sopron, 9400
Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost: $35

Venue

Várisi út 4., Sopron, 9400
Hotel Löver
Phone: +36-99-888-400

Description

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The Crisis Publishing Initiative ends at after the celebratory banquet on Wednesday night. You’ll probably stay overnight in Sopron on Wednesday anyway. Why not take advantage of one of the bonus workshops on Thursday to polish your professional skills as a writer or photographer?

The minimal $35 tuition cost for each day-long workshop includes coffee breaks and lunch. You may pay in advance or on site. Please note that participation in the workshops is limited. It may be necessary to register early to be assured a place in the classroom.

The Art of Editorial Photography

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Learn how to produce publication-worthy photographs in this one-day hands-on workshop with award-winning photographer Gary Gnidovic. Discover how to take a simple close portrait making effective use of natural light and how to capture the subject’s personality in a narrative or environmental portrait.

You’ll have an opportunity to practice what you’ve learned as you complete a short photo assignment. You may create a simple portrait or narrative portrait, using the principles taught that morning. Or, you may do a photo essay incorporating the five distinct types of images discussed in the documentary photography workshop during the Crisis Publishing Initiative conference.

Several of the photographs will be critiqued in the final session of the workshop.

Participation in this workshop is limited to 15 people

 

Write for Publication

workshopsRefine and strengthen your writing skills in this one-day workshop for both the new and experienced writer led by Dr. Miriam Adeney, Seattle Pacific University professor and author of more than 200 articles and six books.

Through instruction, exercises, and writing lab sessions you’ll discover how to make your writing interesting, organized, biblical, appropriate, researched, and marketable.

Whether you write newspaper or magazine articles, books, study guides, or blog posts, this workshop is for you. In one day you’ll learn how to communicate more clearly, winsomely, and powerfully.

Wherever there are Christian believers, there are kingdom stories vibrating to be written, mature people with God-given wisdom, and a famine for hearing the Word of the Lord in your local context.

Learn how to find and write the stories that speak to unbelievers and empower Christians to apply the whole counsel of God in their lives.

Participation in this workshop is limited to 30 people.

 

Cost

What’s included:

  • Sessions
  • Printed materials and resources.
  • Food: Thursday lunch and coffee breaks

You will need to purchase your flight/transportation and lodging separately. Conference attendees get a discount from Hotel Löver. Book your room today, and let them know you are attending the Crisis Publishing conference to get a discounted rate. Book now!

 

Schedule

Thursday, 19 October 2017

Workshops begin at 09:00 and end at 17:00.

Trainers

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Gary Gnidovic is an independent designer and photographer. He previously served as design director of Christianity Today magazine for 14 years. Gnidovic recently completed a five-country photo journey documenting the plight of refugees from conflict in the Middle East. He has also done photo assignments in Russia, Cuba, India, and China. He has a B.F.A. in photography from Southern Illinois University and an M.F.A. in design from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Gnidovic taught design and/or photography courses for Magazine Training International in Romania, Ukraine, Russia, Croatia, India, and the Czech Republic, in addition to leading an MTI webinar, online course, and DVD training series.

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Dr. Miriam Adeney is the author of over 200 articles and six books, including Kingdom Without Borders: The Untold Story of Global Christianity and Daughters of Islam: Building Bridges with Muslim Women. She is a professor at Seattle Pacific University. For four years Adeney was publications director for the Philippine InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. She has an M.A. in journalism and a Ph.D. in anthropology. She has served on the boards of Christianity Today and Media Associates International, and has taught and mentored writers on five continents in several languages.