Holden Over 30

Scuola Holden for over 30-year-old students

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What’s Holden Over 30?

 

Holden Over 30 is Scuola Holden for over 30-year-olds who’ve always been into storytelling. It’s an 8-weekends journey along the rails of storytelling to put oneself to the test while being guided by writers, film directors, screenwriters, digital strategists and story editors. They all work in storytelling so they’ll know how to lead you towards the right directions to find your own way.

 

Holden Over 30 is a high-quality training course for passionate and creative future professionals and all those who want to put themselves into play and learn how to tell stories. It’s just the place for you if, after spending ages crunching numbers, now you think you deserve a bit of time with words. Or if you want to have the right tools to improve your job. Or if you have stories that have been lying abandoned in a drawer for ages and want to get back on them. But mostly if you have run out of drawers to lock them in.

 

Holden Over 30 has two Colleges; Storytelling – Learning how to portray yourself, your job and the world and Scrivere – Short Stories, Novels & Everything else. Students can choose which College to make their journey along while signing up.

The Masters of 2017 Autumn courses are Silvia Schiavo and Alessandro Mari for the first class of College Storytelling; the second one will be led by Leonardo Staglianò and Raffaele RibaMarco Missiroli, Giuseppe Culicchia and Andrea Bajani will be the Masters of the three classes of College Scrivere.

 

Sometimes there will be small “derailments from the original College path”. They’re Fuoripista courses, extra opportunities to lean out onto the unpredictable panoramas of storytelling. Because if you discover landscapes you like, sooner or later you’ll definitely go back there to find out more.

 

Registrations are open for the new enrollment campaign: lessons will start on 20 October 2017.

Classes are in Turin and they’re only in Italian.

 

Click here to download the leaflet in Italian.