Saturday, April 22, 2017

Story Play Day: 13 May

Your invited to the May Story Play Day - A day of playing storytelling games, of practicing and sharing our storytelling skills. This Play Day is about stretching our mind, body and storytelling muscles, picking up new storytelling tips and tricks, and practicing the story skills we already know that help to keep us on our toes.

The next Story Play Day is on Saturday May 13th 2017
(Second Saturday of the month)

Starts at 11.00am and finishes at 4.30 pm - it is an open and relaxed day so come when you can and leave when you must!

* Small children welcome! This is a family friendly event.

$15 waged
$10 unwaged
SAV member and youth $5
Children 8 years and under free
Pay on the day!

Can I lead a Session?
Sign up to lead a story game / activity or to lead a short story skills workshop and you get free entry to the Storytelling Play Day.

Please email Lana if you would like to sign up to lead a session or for more details at

What shall I bring?
Bring your playfulness, enthusiam, quick wit, and a plate to share for lunch - if it is lovely weather, we can eat outside in the park and have a picnic - otherwise we will go inside to the Knowledge Market for all our activities.

Herbal tea, coffee and water will be provided

What does the day look like?

11.00 to 11.30 - Registration
11.30 to 12.15 - Opening Story Circle
12.15 to 1.00 - Lunch
1.00 to 1.45 - Suzanne Sandow - Group improv story activity
1.45 to 2.00 - Break
2.00 to 2.45 - Lana Woolf - Hot Shoe Shuffle activity
2.45 to 3.00 - Break
3.00 to 3.45 - Session four. - TBC
3.45 to 4.30 - Closing Story Circle

About the facilitator:
Lana Woolf is an artist who weaves together the myth, history
and biography of her life in epic narrative form through storytelling, poetry and multimedia arts. She loves to get other people talking too! She hosts conference sessions, workshops, book clubs, radio shows and book launches, She is is passionate about teaching poetry and storytelling and is the Creative Director of Sparking Change, an Australia based organisation that uses StoryWork for Social Change.

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