The University of Utah's Continuing Education Annex building.
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH CONTINUING EDUCATION ANNEX
Wednesday June 1st, 2016 - 6:30 pm (3 total times)
Look behind the curtain of the formulaic, but eternally popular genre: the Mystery Story. Learn about the constructions, tropes, types and methods that make the modern whodunit. Designed for both writers and fans of the mystery genre, class will include assignments and activities on plot, character web, record keeping, suspense, tension and conflict. Refine your work as you’re asked the questions: Did you hide the clue well enough? Does the audience care about the victim? Is the suspense tight enough? By the end of the course, if the crime is writing a mystery story, the “Whodunit” will be you! Visit continue.utah.edu/lifelong for information.
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Wednesday June 1st, 2016 - 6:30 pm
Do you have boxes of family photographs, negatives and slides that you don’t know what to do with? Learn how to preserve cherished moments captured on film before they are lost forever. You will learn how to scan and organize photos so you can save those prized images forever and can easily access them. No equipment is needed for this class, but please collect some of your photos and slides to scan in the first session of class. Visit continue.utah.edu/lifelong for information.