10.30am – 2.30pm
Monday 10 October 2016, or
Monday 14 November 2016
Footscray Community Arts Centre
45 Moreland Street
Footscray, VIC, 3011Australia
Cost: $85 full/ $55 concession
A crafted, well told story is part gift, part message. In this workshop led by storyteller Kate Lawrence, participants will learn how to find, craft and tell stories from their life experience. You will learn story structure, how to look for story worthy memories and the crafting process that turns the clay of life into story. Participants will develop a list of possible story memories, choose one to develop, work in small groups to practice, and then tell and receive feedback from the group. And of course you will hear lots of great stories. Numbers for this workshop are limited to six.
About tutor Kate Lawrence
Kate Lawrence is a storyteller with a passion and purpose for personal storytelling. She is an experienced and trained facilitator, teacher and storytelling coach, with sense of fun. She has a deep and abiding faith in human stories and never tires of hearing them. She takes her craft seriously and as well as telling and teaching, she regularly reads, reflects and writes about storytelling. Kate is particularly good at creating safe and respectful spaces for people to explore their stories. Kate has delivered storytelling workshops at the Williamstown Literary Festival and the NSW International Storytelling Conference.
Email Kate to preregister. firstname.lastname@example.org