The day was a mix of academic presentations, practical advice (grant writing) and activities.
Delegates flew in from as far away as Western and South Australia and drove into town from Ballarat and Castlemaine.
Ideas were traded in words and images, in English, Tamil and Singalese.
Dee (Durgah Devi) Palanisamy set the theme with her keynote, emphasizing the subjective tension in the notion of 'Truth'.
|Dee (Durgah Devi) Palanisamy|
Cakes were baked and consumed with gusto; although it felt like an act of vandalism chomping into them.
|Activity designed by Jo Henwood, 'A Quilt for the Mattresses'|
MC: Jackie Kerin.
Congratulations to the AFTS on a successful and inspiring conference. The next one will be in NSW in 2018.
Keep and eye on the AFTS website for details, become a member, and participate in this national organisation.
Check out the rich offerings from the Glen Eira Storytelling Festival