Storytelling, is a daily part of our lives. It is a means of communication which connects us with our humanity. But why is the art of storytelling important? Why are we still enchanted by its magical power?
In this course, participants will have the chance to explore the power of telling stories in our modern society. They will also explore and develop their understanding of the importance of the use of the whole self while telling a story. The workshop is based on a practical process. It involves a basic warm-up of the body and mind, group work, storytelling technique development, exploration of the storytellers body / facial expressions / voice and how to use all these aspects to deliver a story. The course also aims to develop the understanding of the deep relationship between rhythm, pace, silence and music and how they affect the telling of a story. The workshop is suitable for teachers and people who work in educational environments such as; librarians, museum educators, drama educators, parents and anyone interested in storytelling.
Please contact us for a more detailed schedule: firstname.lastname@example.org
Scheduled courses in 2017 & 2018:
- 11-17 November 2017
- 28 April – 04 May 2018
- 29 June – 06 July 2018
Other dates can be arranged upon request.
Deadline for KA1 applications:
- February 2017
- Tuition fees and administration: 490.- Euro/ per person
- Accommodation: 360.- Euro for 6 nights in single room including breakfast
Meals and transfers from and to the airport are not included but can be provided upon request. All activities as mentioned above are included.