Creative Workshop Offers Affordable Learning

A Reason to Survive (A.R.T.S) hosts the Each One Teach One creative how-to workshop series on Sunday, July 7

Have you ever wanted to learn how to spin records, get into podcasting or make videos?

If so, here's your opportunity.

On Sunday, July 7, A Reason to Survive (A.R.T.S) at 200 East 12th Street in National City, will be hosting the Each One Teach One workshop as it returns for its 2019 summer installment.

In its second year, the program is a creative how-to series, where working professionals provide instruction from a curriculum that includes audio production, design, video tutoring and more.

Over two months of Sundays, the seminar will offer classes like "Starting a Podcast," "Financing as a Freelancer," "Intro to Beat Production" and the "Art of DJ'ing."

It's bit of summer school for emerging artists and those looking to expand their skills, where participants also receive access to equipment -- software programs, hardware tools, etc.

For the closet creative looking to break out, or even the casual enthusiast, this one's for you. Indeed, those who can -- teach. And what better way to learn about a career in the arts than from someone who's already doing it.

The Each One Teach One workshop is free for high school and college students, $75 for the entire seminar, $35 per course and $10 per class. The series starts on July 7 and ends August 25. RSVP here.

J. Smith, aka 10-19, is a San Diego native, rap fan and San Diego Music Award-winning musician. You can follow him on Instagram at 10-19_the_numberman or on Twitter


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