Learn how to tell YOUR story!

 Thomas Moran (English/American, 1837-1926), Green River, Wyoming, 1879, watercolor and pencil on paper, 45 x 9 inches, gift of John D. Fryxell, 2009.3.2

Thomas Moran (English/American, 1837-1926), Green River, Wyoming, 1879, watercolor and pencil on paper, 45 x 9 inches, gift of John D. Fryxell, 2009.3.2

We all have stories to tell. But it’s often tough to make them interesting to people outside your immediate circle of friends and family. That’s where we come in. Out There and the University of Wyoming Art Museum are hosting a one-day storytelling workshop to help you develop tales of the outdoors that are fun and engaging.

The workshop will be led by Out There host Willow Belden, and will include hands-on activities facilitated by the museum’s curator of education Katie Christensen. We’ll use the museum’s current exhibitions to fuel your creativity, and by the end of the day, you’ll have the tools you need to captivate diverse audiences and keep them spellbound — even if they have no interest in the outdoors.

No experience necessary; just come prepared for fun!

Lunch will be provided.