Are you interested in the art of storytelling? Would you like to get more connected to your stories and the stories of those around you?
We have just the thing: on Saturday, March 3, the team from last year’s “Intertwined: Stories of Home” event will be hosting a free, fun, low-stress storytelling workshop from 10:00am-1:00pm in Straub 245. We would love for you to join us!
This workshop is an opportunity to
- Explore the structure, presentation, and art of stories
- Practice crafting and presenting your own narrative in a supportive environment
- Connect with a group of faculty, staff, and students committed to supporting campus voices
- Start working with the theme for this year’s spring storytelling event: “Intertwined: Journeys.”**
No previous storytelling or theater experience is required, and all members of the UO community are welcome. There’s no need to have a story already in mind—we can help with that!
Go online to sign up today! If you have any questions, contact Melissa Schenter at [email protected].
After you sign up, check out our Facebook Event Page, and share with your friends around campus.
We hope to see you there, and we can’t wait to hear your stories!