In June, the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication’s multimedia journalism master’s program hosted its third Story Arc Cinematic Journalism Workshop. This year, 18 talented participants were paired with 6 professional coaches and they had just four days to develop a short work of cinematic journalism.
The goal was to find and tell an authentic story within the context of community. One story idea started with a dancing clown and turned into a thoughtful examination of racial identity and gentrification in northeast Portland.
Read the full article by SOJC alum Ben DeJarnette, MS ’15, “Story Arc’ Workshop Connects Story with Community” on MediaShift.org.