Guest teacher Julie Kirkpatrick is visiting to share with us this special workshop: A good sequence has a beginning, middle, and an end. It will also lead to the desired end result, when it is an effective sequence. For example, when brushing our teeth, if we follow a good sequence the end result is clean teeth. Any sequence has the potential to be memorable (or not). The word memorable means “worth remembering or easily remembered, especially because of being special or unusual.” We will look at intelligent sequencing with an eye toward inspiration. There will be time to practice some sequences and give feedback.
$36 in advance; $45 day of