Journalists interested in visual storytelling can attend a workshop June 15 to 20 in Rochester, New York.
The Kalish Workshop is a training on the editing and decision making aspects of visual storytelling. It was named after pioneering photo editor Stan Kalish.
Participants will work on daily in-depth discussions and exercises focused on best practices for production and publication of successful still, multimedia and interactive stories.
Applicants should have basic knowledge of Adobe Premiere, InDesign and Photo Mechanic.
The cost to attend is US$850, but there are tuition scholarships and registration stipends available.
The deadline is April 1.