Date
Saturday, 21 July 2018 -
10:30am to 4:30pm
Location
Bengaluru

Storyteller’s art: Storytelling workshop for parents and teachers by Shreya Biswas

Humans have an innate love for stories. We use stories as a natural tool to communicate ideas, thoughts and experiences with each other every day. We also use stories to influence, negotiate and persuade others. This workshop unpacks the structure and dynamics of the art of storytelling so that we become more effective communicators. 

In this workshop you will learn:

  • Why we need to tell stories
  • Where to find them
  • Basic story structure
  • How to use voice modulation to reinforce our stories
  • Tips on body language, movement and expression
  • Audience engagement

This workshop is ideal for parents and teachers.

Age Group: 18 years and above 

Fee: Rs 1000 per head (for library members) / Rs 2500 per head (for others)

Non-members also get a FREE Individual membership of the library.

Members please click here to register, Non-members please click here to register (for online registration).

Please note that fee once paid is non-refundable. Limited number of seats are on offer and registrations will be accepted on a first-come first-served basis only.

About the facilitator:

This programme is facilitated by Shreya Biswas, who is the founder of Katharangam. Shreya is a trained storyteller, a story lover, and a firm believer in the power of stories. An alumna of Children's Little Theatre, Kolkata, it was a natural transition for her from being a teacher, to be a storyteller and performer. She often uses visual art as an aid for storytelling, and her performances are a treat for the senses, as she brings her stories alive with songs, picture cards, glove puppets, and paintings.  Shreya trains teachers to help integrate stories into education. She also trains aspiring storytellers, both adult and children. Shreya spreads the magic of stories through her dream initiative, Katharangam.

Write to us or call us on 080 - 22533005 for more information.

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