Weekend Workshops

Creative Writing

Comedy Writing with Brooklin Green

Instructor: Brooklin Green


Wine, comedy, and art - what could be better? Join nationally recognized speaker and comedian Brooklin Green for Comedy Writing in the Galleries. Sample wine from CAM Cafe before the event, then enjoy an evening of comedy writing inspired by works in "She Persists" exhibition. Brooklin will lead students through writing exercises sure to ignite your creativity and your sense of humor. To round out your evening, half price bottles of wine and dinner are available through CAM Cafe.

Brooklin, a graduate from the world famous Chicago's Second City Conservatory, teaches communications at the University of NC Wilmington. She has appeared in festivals all over the U.S including the Improv Olympics, Chicago's Improv Festival, and Funny Women Festival. She also produced a monthly all women stand-up comedy show. She currently consults comedy writing as a 'punch up' for various comedians and writers across the US and has written several local commercials.

Adult: All Levels -
Thursday, November 5, 6:30-7:30pm Various
CAM member: $20; Non-member: $25



Walkabout Downtown

Instructor: Alan Cradick

IN PERSON: This photography workshop is geared to the photographer of all skill levels. There are many interesting and accessible places to photograph here in the Wilmington region. One of the best is our downtown itself. Participants meet at the corner of Front and Nunn to begin our Walkabout. The homes and gardens of old Wilmington make wonderful subjects for the photographer. With stunning views of the Cape Fear from the River Walk and the city center offering opportunities for classic street photography, this workshop will be a winner for every photographer. Any digital device may be used for this workshop, smart phones, tablets or DSLRs. DSLR street photography is fun using a wide lens, but a telephoto zoom would also be nice to bring everything in close. Alan will be available with assistance and technical advice. Meetup is 10 am at Front and Nun Streets. Please have a mask, remember social distancing and dress for the weather.

Adult: All Levels -
10am-noon Saturday, November 21; noon-2pm critique, Sunday, November 22 Various
CAM member: $40; Non-member: $50