Tired of reusing the same expressions over and over for anger, love and surprise? There is a wide range of postures and subtle expressions which can convey your character’s emotions and reactions. How they stand, how they hold their hands, even the crinkling of an eyelid can show what they are thinking. Learn the subtle difference between being startled and being surprised, between contempt and disgust and the wide range in which we express and experience happiness. 93% of human communication is non-verbal, so here’s your chance to learn to read (and write) between the lines.
About the presenter
Jennifer Carole Lewis is a full-time mom, a full-time administrator and a full-time writer, which means she is very much interested in speaking to anyone who comes up with any form of functional time-travel devices or practical cloning methods. Meanwhile, she spends her most of her time alternating between organizing and typing.
She is a devoted comic book geek and Marvel movie enthusiast. She spends far too much of her precious free time watching TV, especially police procedural dramas. Her enthusiasm outstrips her talent in karaoke, cross-stitch and jigsaw puzzles. She is a voracious reader of a wide variety of fiction and non-fiction and always enjoys seeking out new suggestions.
Date: January 10, 2016
Location: Ben Franklin Place, 101 Centerpointe Drive, room 1A, opposite the library.
Time: 2:00 PM
Guests: $20 donation toward costs. Seating is limited. Guests, please reserve a seat by emailing the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org