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201 W. Mifflin Street
Madison, WI

Jan 2016

our waters, our future / jenny seifert & adam hinterthuer


Water is essential to our lives, but big changes, like a warming world, are bringing big challenges. Help build a future we want by imagining what that looks like and sharing your vision. This workshop is an opportunity to craft inspiring short stories about the future of water and people in south-central Wisconsin. Using existing examples, we’ll discuss the value of telling solutions-oriented stories about the future and start writing our own. Please bring your own laptop or paper and writing utensil, whichever you prefer. This workshop doubles as a chance to work on a submission for the Our Waters, Our Future writing contest, which seeks short stories about positive futures for water and people. The contest is a team effort by the UW-Madison Water Sustainability and Climate Project and Center for Limnology, Madison Magazine, Sustain Dane, and the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters. The deadline is February 1, 2016, and the winning story will be published in Madison Magazine. For contest details, visit the writing contest site.

Instructors: Jenny Seifert and Adam Hinterthuer, UW-Madison Water Sustainability and Climate Project and Center for Limnology

 

One session only: Tuesday, January 12 from 6:30-8:00pm

Central Library Bubbler Room

Free with advance registration

For ages 18+

Maximum enrollment: 25

Registration for this class will begin on December 9, 2015 and will close on January 11, 2016 at 5:00pm.


Each workshop is free with advance registration. Registration will open one month before the first session and end one day before the first session. Once each class fills, there will be a short wait list. If you have any questions about signing up for classes, please contact volunteer workshop coordinator, Aaron Fai at aaronfai@gmail.com.

This project is made possible by a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services.