Share a Story - Change the World
Anyone could jump into the college jungle without a map, but the survival rate goes down and “starving artist” takes on a whole new meaning. Learn the Jungle Laws to connect with the 18-35-year-olds.
Latest Activity: Dec 1, 2012
Artistic Mission Statements2. A Lion called by another name is still a Lion
Other Names for Storyteller and Storytelling3. To find the Cheetah, first find the Gazelle
Typical College Atmosphere Across the Nation4. Seeing Spots and seeing a Leopard could mean the same thing
Individual Campuses5. A lone Lion is always Hungry
Partnerships for the Storyteller6. If you stand by the Waterhole long enough, the Big Cats will come
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Hi,Ok, I'll try it this way. I wrote a blog post about the list. It was updated over the weekend. If you teach courses in oral traditions, know people who teach courses, know places where courses are…Continue
Started by Millie Jackson. Last reply by Marilyn McPhie Aug 15, 2010.
If you know of any podcasts or videos that could build our understanding of the 18-35-year-olds, please reply to this discussion.
Started by Rachel Hedman. Last reply by Rachel Hedman Jun 3, 2008.
For any kind of storytelling gig, it is always best to know your audience. What have you done to research the 18-35-year-old crowd? What resources have you found that help quicken the search?
Started by Rachel Hedman. Last reply by Rachel Hedman Apr 29, 2008.
Who, on the college campus, is a good initial contact?On several occasions I've been invited to perform at the university that's just up the street from my house, and it's been a great success. Thing…Continue
Started by megan hicks. Last reply by Rachel Hedman Apr 10, 2008.
I spend several hours at Beacon College in Leesburg Florida. The professor had invited me to tell trickster stories and to explain them to a class. Beacon College is a college dedicated to students…Continue
Started by Ann Scroggie. Last reply by Nick Smith Apr 7, 2008.
What advertising ways have you found to be most effective to reach the 18-35-year-olds? What ways did not work at all and you wish to warn everyone?Continue
Started by Rachel Hedman. Last reply by Rachel Hedman Apr 4, 2008.
I assume you have heard, "I thought storytelling was an old lady reading books to kids."With that in mind, have you experimented using other words in place of "storyteller" and "storytelling" to open…Continue
Started by Rachel Hedman. Last reply by Rivka Willick Mar 7, 2008.