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1323 6th Ave N.
Nashville, TN, 37208

The Skillery is a Nashville coworking space with resources and programming for freelancers, entrepreneurs, small teams and independent professionals, all aimed at making work meaningful, satisfying and unabashedly fun.

Become a Rockstar Scribe (Graphic Recording Bootcamp)

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Become a Rockstar Scribe (Graphic Recording Bootcamp)


  • The Skillery 1323 6th Ave N Nashville, TN 37208 United States (map)

Master graphic facilitator Peter Durand teaches you the basic skills for capturing ideas visually at school, work, or large events such as TEDx conferences.

Key Takeaways:
After this hands-on workshop, you will leave with greater skill, dexterity and confidence to draw publicly for brainstorming sessions, lectures, or large groups.

Who's it For:
This workshop is for teachers, entrepreneurs, designers, software engineers, consultants, coaches, community organizers — anyone who works to help other people understand complex ideas, think creatively, and make good decisions!

When does this class meet?
This class meets on Friday, August 14th from 1-4pm and Saturday, August 15th from 10-4pm.  You may choose just Friday, just Saturday, or both for a package deal. 

About the Teacher:
Peter is founder and director of Alphachimp, based in Nashville and a member of The Skillery. Working as professional graphic facilitator since 1998, Peter has trained people in graphic recording and facilitation at NIKE, Mars, Hasbro, Ernst & Young, Cap Gemini, Vanderbilt University, Google, and Facebook.

Questions?
Questions about this class? Contact Peter Durand at peter@alphachimp.com.

Registration:
Registration is here.

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