2021 Fall Webinar Series
Welcome to The Kalish Fall Series of webinars. Since March 2020, it’s been a helluva struggle and we have desperately missed our annual in-person workshop where life-long connections are made and The Kalish family grows.
To help support visual storytellers, the advisory board and faculty have put together a free webinar series open to 100 attendees per session via registration. The conversations that will take place during these sessions are just the beginning of what we are planning for the in-person June 2022 workshop. We hope you join us, and feel heard, supported, and ready to grow.
September 14, 7 p.m. EDT
Leading and editing through monumental news and social change
With the murder of George Floyd on May 25, 2020, Minneapolis became ground zero for national racial reckoning in the midst of a global pandemic. Kalish alumni Kyndell Harkness and Kevin Martin worked remotely, yet together, as picture editors at the Star Tribune and will discuss the Pulitzer Prize winning coverage from Minneapolis.
October 12, 7 p.m. EDT
Confessions of a Swiss Army knife: The needed competencies of visual editors
What makes a great visual editor? Part therapist.. counselor... traffic cop...Swiss Army knife... coach...juggler...entrepreneur. Join Dr. Martin Smith-Rodden, professor at Ball State University and Kalish faculty, to explore the traits of high performers - professional, communication, management, leadership and entrepreneurial.
November 9, 7 p.m. EST
Online Storytelling with MediaStorm
Join MediaStorm founder Brian Storm for a presentation about packaging video and interactive experiences online. Storm will showcase the MediaStorm Platform, a tool that enables storytellers to create and publish sophisticated digital packages using video, images, audio, maps, timelines, and slideshows. He will detail his strategy for how creators and publishers can take back control of their audience relationship and create a sustainable publishing strategy.