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Escribiendo cuentos de misterio en español con Seattle Escribe, 5º a 8º grado

En este dinámico campamento impartido en español, los estudiantes aprenderán a escribir e ilustrar una historia cautivadora y llena de suspenso inspirada por autores y artistas latinoamericanos. Los talleres serán facilitados por dos artistas mexicanas locales: María de Lourdes Victoria es educadora y una autora galardonada internacionalmente, y Adriana Morales es una diseñadora y artista visual consumada que también ha publicado e ilustrado muchos libros para niños. El campamento culminará con una lectura de las obras escritas por los estudiantes y la opción de publicarlas en la revista literaria de Seattle Escribe, una organización sin fines de lucro que promueve la literatura en español en el noroeste de los Estados Unidos. 

12-16 de julio, 10 a. m. – 3 p. m. PST

Aplicación para campamentos de Verano Hugo House Scribes

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Mystery Stories in Spanish Scribes with Seattle Escribe, 5-8th grade 

In this dynamic Spanish language camp, students will learn how to write and illustrate an engaging, suspenseful story, inspired by Latin-American authors and artists. Sessions will be facilitated by two local Mexican artists: Maria de Lourdes Victoria is an international award-winning author and educator, and Adriana Morales is an accomplished designer and visual artist who has also published and illustrated many children’s books. This camp will culminate with a reading of student work and the option for students to publish their work in a new literary magazine from Seattle Escribe, a nonprofit that promotes Spanish literature and the work of Spanish writers in the Pacific Northwest. 

This camp is for students entering 5th-8th grade in Fall 2021. This camp will take place online using Zoom and Google Classroom.

Scholarships are available by application. Questions? Please email keliko@hugohouse.org.

*Note – all Scribes Summer camps are in Pacific Standard Time

Instructor: Maria de Lourdes Victoria, Adriana Morales

Grade: 5-8

Location: Online

Duration: 1 week

Term: Scribes 2021

Start Date: 07/12/2021

End Date: 07/16/2021

Days of the Week: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Time: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm PDT

Maximum Class Size: 15

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Maria de Lourdes Victoria, Adriana Morales

Oriunda de Veracruz, México, María de Lourdes Victoria es una autora bilingüe cuyas obras han sido galardonadas y editadas internacionalmente en inglés y en español. Es autora de tres novelas, Los hijos del mar (Ediciones B, 2006) Más Allá de la Justicia (tercer lugar Premio Planeta de Novela (2010) y La Casa de los Secretos,(Planeta Mexico, 2016). Los cuentos breves de María han sido publicadas en revistas literarias como Querkus Review, RiverSedge, Nimrod, Universidad de Almeria, Seattle Journal for Justice. Follett y McGraw Hill han publicado sus cuentos y poemas infantiles. María es la fundadora de Seattle Escribe, la organización más numerosa de escritores que escriben en español en el estado de Washington. Fue residente de Hedgebrook y ha sido maestra de narración en Centrum, La Biblioteca Pública de Seattle y La Biblioteca del Condado de King. Actualmente está escribiendo su cuarta novela. Otros datos sobre la autora se encuentran en www.mariadelourdesvictoria.com

Adriana Morales Marin is a graphic designer, visual artist, author of children literature and art docent.

She was born in Mexico City and developed her broad cultural view from growing up on a variety of environments from big urban cities to jungle and ocean side destinations in Mexico and the US. She is fluent in Spanish and English and resides in the Pacific Northwest since 2002.

Her bachelor’s degree is in Graphic Design and Animation at the Universidad Iberoamericana. Her studies include several workshops in Mexico, the US and Spain, on subjects ranging from classic art techniques, arts & crafts to writing, and creativity techniques.

Adriana was the recipient of the 1st prize award in the design of the postal stamp celebrating Mexico’s postal day and won the mascot design for the Seattle’s Center 50th Anniversary.

After working as a creative director for many years in the private sector, she came back to her calling in writing, illustration and being an art docent. Some of her own publications include bilingual titles like Catrina’s Day of the Dead, Big Mess Jess and Stay Home Quarantine Made Fun!

She has also illustrated books for other authors like They Came Come with a Bundle, Totem Animals, Chewy the Poop-eating Pup, The Peculiar and Original Belinda, among others.

María de Lourdes Victoria is an award winning bilingual author born in Mexico and residing in Seattle. Her work has been published internationally in English and Spanish. She is the author of three novels: Los hijos del mar (Ediciones B, 2006) Más allá de la justicia (Finalist, International Planeta Book Award, 2010) and La Casa de los Secretos (Planeta, Mexico, 2016). Her short stories have been published in several literary journals including Querkus Review, RiverSedge, Nimrod, Universidad de Almeria, Seattle Journal for Justice and elsewhere. Follet and McGraw have published her children’s books and poems. Maria is the founder of Seattle Escribe, the largest group of writers who write in Spanish in Washington State. She is an alumna of Hedgebrook and has been a teacher at Centrum, the Seattle Public Library, King County Public Library. She is currently working on her fourth novel. More information about the author at www.mariadelourdesvictoria.com

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