About the workshop
Storytelling is one of the oldest forms of folk art and every culture in the world has its own stories. With the emergence of the global market-place, Storytelling has found its place as a global medium of communication. Most of us would like to believe that storytelling in the current scenario involves the capability to use various performance-based methodologies but understanding intelligence types and attitudinal changes, are just as important.
Far too often this is neglected in the process of storytelling. This programme stands apart from other regular courses as it focuses on the positive rather than the negative aspects of our globalised world. Through carefully-chosen stories, listeners are made to understand that the negative can be transformed into the positive merely by thinking and acting ‘right’ for we humans have the power to make our rapidly shrinking and increasingly threatened world a better place for ourselves and for the generations to come.
Time: 10.00 hours to 14.00 hours
Age group: 18 years & above
Registration fees: INR 1000 per participant
How to register?
Registration is on a first-come first-served basis. The workshop is open to all the members and non-members of the British Council Library. Registration fee for workshop is not refundable or transferable.
For assistance please contact Mark Gomes at 022 67486790 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org.