Storytelling in the Community
Stories are one of the best ways of bringing people together.
In today's world where families and friends are often spread far afield, connections between people are often maintained by Facebook, Skype and Instagram.
How can the ancient art of storytelling help rebuild our communities, whether that community is a far flung family, our friends, immediate neighbours, school, church or business?
Using a wide variety of stories and exercises, we will begin to explore how the storyteller can help us deal with loneliness, isolation and fragmentation and begin to create a new sense of community. Suitable for beginners and those with more storytelling experience.
Course Leader: Sue Hollingsworth MBA is a co-founder of the International School of Storytelling in the UK(www.schoolofstorytelling.com) and co-author of the best selling "The Storyteller's Way: Sourcebook for Inspired Storytelling". She has been performing and teaching all over the world for 20 years with a particular interest in working with real life stories, the old myths and fairy tales and telling outside in nature. You can find out more about her and her work at www.suehollingsworth.com
Date: 25-29 June (Mon-Fri) 10h00-17h00
Location: "DISC" at Oude Molstraat 37, 2513 BA The Hague