This workshop has been cancelled. Thank you for your interest.
Have you got a tale to tell? Come explore the art of storytelling, including personal stories, tall tales, folk tales, and stories for little children.
This workshop will engage with the technical side of storytelling including character, voice, audience participation, and narrative structure. The workshop will also look at the meaning of stories and how we use them. Participants will explore the research and writing (or rewriting) of stories, and learn how to make a story their own no matter where it came from. This course will include performance opportunities within the group, but no one will be pushed out of their comfort zone.
Course cost: $285 Supply fee: $0 STUDENT SUPPLY LIST
Tuition includes lunch and daily snacks and is inclusive of all applicable taxes.
CAT THOM is a professional storyteller and writer who was worked in museums, nature centres, schools, and libraries, and has performed throughout western Canada. She frequently combines her storytelling with music as part of the band Juniper Tree.
She has previously served on the board of Storytellers of Canada/Conteurs du Canada and spent seven years working with children through the nonprofit artsReach program.Read More