USC My Own Story 2006

Yep. Alex is at it again at USC. Any current Asian/Asian-American Trojans lurking around out there, PLEASE check out this workshop. As we’ve all read (in my April 2005 archive), it did make a huge impact in my life.

Here’s a recap of our “class”.

MY OWN STORY
autobiographical writing/storytelling/performing workshop for Asian Pacific American women & men facilitated by Alex Luu

Location: TSC 201
Starts/Ends: February 2 – April 6 (every Thursday)
Time: 6-8:30pm
FREE

-Tired of being misrepresented, stereotyped, and silenced?
-Fed up with the negative images/portrayals of Asian Pacific Americans in the media?
-Do you have a desire to tell YOUR own story?

Come join MY OWN STORY (MOS), a unique and powerful autobiographical writing/storytelling/performing workshop for Asian Pacific American students at USC.
This free 8-week intensive workshop allows participants to come into a safe space and UNEARTH, DISCOVER, and CLAIM their personal stories. Fun, challenging, and creative, MY OWN STORY gives participants an empowering opportunity to dig deep beyond the surface and create/express stories based on autobiographical content. If you’ve ever had the desire to tell your OWN story on your OWN terms in a safe and fun environment, this is the workshop for you!
No writing/performing experience necessary, just a desire to explore and express your story!

*Alex Luu is a performance artist and teacher who has been performing his one-man show “Three Lives” to critical acclaim around the country. Alex has been facilitating/directing MOS workshops since 1998; this is his 3rd year teaching MOS at USC.

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