Monthly Archives: November 2011
Celebrate Stories! The Victoria Storytellers Guild welcomes you to hear and tell stories. MONDAY, February 20, doors open at 7:15 p.m., stories start at 7:30 p.m. 1831 Fern St. (Park on Begbie.) Admission: $5.00 Students $3.00 (includes tea and goodies) … Continue reading
Hosted by Patricia Houston, the November 21st meeting was a cornucopia of fairytales told with verve and skill that kept bringing the house down. Patricia started the meeting by giving newcomers a brief history of the Guild and Pat Carfra … Continue reading
I came across a fantastic website for French Storytellers. I was amazed at just how much is going on in French Canada and at the quality of their advertising efforts. Take a look at the following website. We could learn … Continue reading
Check out the article on Guild member Michael Kusugak in the times Colonist. Shoshanah is also quoted in the article.
I was recently introduced to a compact guidebook for businesses trying to get a sense of Twitter. The microblogging site that allows you to update in no more than 140 characters at at time is deceptively complex and nuanced – … Continue reading
Mark your calendars now for the PowellsWood Storytelling Festival 2012. It will be held at PowellsWood in Federal Way, Washington http://www.powellswood.org/a-northwest-garden/ July 13-14. Workshops on Friday, July 13 by Donald Davis and Eth-Noh-Tec. Telling on Saturday by Donald Davis, Eth-noh-tec, … Continue reading
Check out all of the details by clicking on World Storytelling day on our main menu.
WORLD STORYTELLING FESTIVAL: Celebrate Trees in Story and Song Victoria Storytellers’ Guild and partners are joining tellers around the world to celebrate World Storytelling Day with a World Storytelling Festival March 18 – 20, 2012. Read on for information about … Continue reading
Monday, March 19, 2012 Tree Stories at Fern at 1831 Fern Street. Doors open at 7:15pm and telling begins at 7:30. For information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Comfort Ero and Jennifer Ferris are doing a workshop on storytelling for beginners as part of the Puente Theatre symposium on Embracing Diversity and the Practice of Inclusive Theatre in a Changing Society. 17-21 Nov 11. For more details go … Continue reading