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Added by Zette Harbour on August 31, 2012 at 12:41pm — 1 Comment

How To Create a Storytelling Festival

The title says "How to", but the truth is, I'm just about to begin to learn.  I've been invited to hold a storytelling festival at a beautiful camp in Cambria, California - Camp Ocean Pines.…

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Added by Zette Harbour on June 16, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments

NJ 20th Annual Storytelling Festival Call for Workshop Proposals

The NJ Storytelling Festival Committee is accepting Storytelling Workshop proposals for the 20th Annual NJ Storytelling Festival.



The 20th Annual NJ Storytelling Festival will take place on Sunday, September 23, 2012 from 12 noon til 6 pm at Grounds For Sculpture, 18 Fairgrounds Road, Hamilton, NJ.



The workshop will take place from 10am until 12 noon on the day of the festival.



Who can submit a proposal?

Anyone is welcome to submit a proposal to share relevant…

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Added by Rivka Willick on December 20, 2011 at 3:50pm — 2 Comments

Edmonton, Alberta (Canada) Storytelling and Marketing Coaching at the Festival!

Greetings all-

I'll be onstage (multiple times) performing at the Ft. Edmonton Storytelling Festival very soon- the first weekend of September. As part of that process, I'm presenting two workshops. One for marketing your work and another for technical skills in gestures and non-verbal performance skills.

Along with that, there are a number of slots open for private coaching with me for just $50(CAD) per 45-60 minute session. If you would like to book a private coaching…

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Added by Sean Buvala on August 16, 2011 at 3:53pm — No Comments

Gaia Festival 2010



Gaia Festival, November 13-14th, 2010





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Please join me in Santa Barbara for Gaia Festival 2010, an annual

festival celebrating Mother Earth. The varied program of amazing and

inspiring speakers, healers, and artists includes reflections on Ariadne and Dionysus by Stephen Gerringer (Joseph Campbell Foundation) and a workshop on…

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Added by Dr. Catherine Svehla on August 21, 2010 at 1:49pm — No Comments

Rachel Hedman in the Storyteller.net Amphitheater

We continue our Amphitheater series this month with a new interview with working storyteller Rachel Hedman. Rachel is one of the new breed of storytellers that , since her high-school days, have directed their career plans toward the art of storytelling.



In our interview, Rachel talks a bit about being a storyteller since her teen years and her first days as a working storyteller.



In part two, Rachel goes much…
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Added by Sean Buvala on August 4, 2009 at 2:21pm — No Comments

Spectacole in Spania !

Eugen Ungureanu organizeaza spectacole in Spania pentru zonele: Madrid, Bilbao, Barcelona, Malaga, Sevila, Valencia si Zaragoza pentru comunitatile romanesti.

Rugam reprezentantii locali sa ia legatura cu noi !

Asiguram seriozitate si promtitudine !

Colaborari deosebite cu Fuego, Ileana Sipoteanu, Andra, populara-Geta Postolache, Radu Ille, Florica Zaha, grup umor Voua, Octavian Ursulescu, Adriana Antoni, Benone Sinulescu, Mihai Traistariu, Bambi, Stefania Rares, Nelu…
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Added by Eugen Ungureanu on July 27, 2009 at 8:49am — No Comments

Jeff Makes Your Computer Explode.

The most excited man in the world

is probably Jeff Gere talking about

the upcoming

Hawaii TalkStory Storytelling Conferencel.



You should hear him in our latest (free) Amphitheater interview.

He will make you want to go be a part

and you'll learn something

about storytelling while you listen now at:…

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Added by Sean Buvala on June 3, 2009 at 3:37am — No Comments

Call For Proposals NJ Storytelling Festival

CALL FOR WORKSHOP PROPOSALS



The 17th annual NJ Storytelling Festival will return to Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, NJ, Sunday October 18, 2009. This year we plan to offer 2 workshops in the morning before the performances begin. Each workshop will run about 2 hours.



Workshop presenters will be given a $150 honorarium. We invite and encourage you to submit a workshop proposal. You are responsible for your own supplies and transportation. This is a one day festival, no… Continue

Added by Rivka Willick on May 3, 2009 at 8:56am — 1 Comment

Northlands 2009 Audio Interview, Part Three

We've the final installment, part three, of the interview with Tim Ereneta as he talks with Storyteller.net director Sean Buvala. Listen as Tim talks live from the Milwaukee airport about the entire Northlands Storytelling 2009 conference.



In part three, Tim talks more about the workshop he offered at Northlands, among other things. Tim taught…
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Added by Sean Buvala on April 26, 2009 at 5:15pm — No Comments

Black Warrior Storytelling Festival - Tuscaloosa, AL

I'll be telling at the Black Warrior Storytelling Festival in Tuscaloosa, AL on April 3-4 at River Road Park. Several other Alabama tellers will also be featured. Friday night 6-9 pm and Saturday 10 am - 9 pm.

Added by Millie Jackson on March 14, 2009 at 7:05pm — No Comments

Storyteller.net Amphitheater: Mesa Storytelling Festival 2008: Audio, Transcript, Pics

Storyteller.net has posted pictures, interviews, blog quotes and even a transcript of and from the 2008 Mesa Storytelling Festival. Come look, listen and read more about this latest excellent event. Click this link to visit the Amphitheater now. Free of charge.



About the Audio:

In part one, you will hear from Charlotte Blake Alston as she talks about the power of…
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Added by Sean Buvala on November 15, 2008 at 8:11am — No Comments

Brigadoon Reborn Ch. 3f: Cool Down (Layne Gneiting)

COOL DOWN

Emptiness



"Stop." My amble down the center of Main Street slowed considerably. "Stop." The impression hit me stronger. So I stopped. All weekend long these impressions had led me to new friends, and a journey into myself. "Look around." Did I have to stay in the middle of the street? There’s a bench right over there. I’ll just sit there and drink in this experience. "Stay here. If you move, you’ll lose the experience." Unwilling to offend this silent guide who had led… Continue

Added by Layne Gneiting on November 6, 2008 at 9:18am — 2 Comments

Brigadoon Reborn Ch. 3d: Performance of Antiquity (Layne Gneiting)

Toby Keith's declaration has been echoed with deafening tones in the storytelling world. "I wanna talk about me!" I remember sitting with a revered teller, seeking his advice, and seeing him shudder. "Why does an audience need to hear about my life? Why on earth would they want to hear about little old me? I'm a classicist, Layne. I want to tell them a story, not a life sketch."



Forgive my own bits of self-indulgence. When re-reading these dissertation entries I've cringed, wondering… Continue

Added by Layne Gneiting on October 27, 2008 at 12:41am — No Comments

Mesa Storytelling Festival: Random Thoughts from Days 1-2 of 3.

Posted my random observations of first two days of this weekend's Mesa Storytelling Festival. You can find them on my blog at

http://www.seanblogs.com.

You can find cell pics at this stream:

http://twitpic.com/photos/storyteller

More to come, including audio and video
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Added by Sean Buvala on October 25, 2008 at 3:46am — No Comments

Updating This Weekend's "Mesa Storytelling Festival" via Twitter. Blogs, Storyteller.net

I'm keeping a running picture stream of the Mesa Storytelling Festival in my Twitter stream Thursday-Saturday. Come and follow. You don't need a Twitter account to follow the pics.



http://www.twitter.com/storyteller



I will also update the front page of Storyteller.net with news items and pics at the end of each day. I'll also post personal updates at the end of each day at…
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Added by Sean Buvala on October 23, 2008 at 5:29pm — 2 Comments

Brigadoon Reborn Ch. 3c: Socialization of Apparel (Layne Gneiting)

Having not returned to Jonesborough for a number of years I wonder if the observations of apparel hold constant or if they've altered a bit. In any case, here's the next installment. Enjoy!



SOCIALIZATION OF APPAREL



Walking across the festival grounds, one can easily identify members of the storytelling community by what they wear. Newcomers to the festival stick out, in part, by their choice of clothing. Apparel feeds into the festival in two distinct ways. First, apparel… Continue

Added by Layne Gneiting on October 20, 2008 at 9:17pm — 1 Comment

Shout Out: 20th Anniversary Edition of the Talk Story Festival in Hawaii.

Thought is was worth mentioning that this weekend Jeff Gere is directing the 20th Anniversary Edition of the "Talk Story Festival" in Honolulu! I had the honor of being a featured teller with the TSF last year.



The TSF is an amazing event, one that has come up in a very organic process of "what works" instead of "what can we copy from other festivals." See the latest update/schedule for this weekend at:…
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Added by Sean Buvala on October 11, 2008 at 2:39pm — No Comments

Sharing this unique time with you....Dussehra

Today( 30th Sept.) marks the beginning of 10 days of celebrations for Hindus in India called Dussera. It overlaps with the Muslim festivities and austerities in the same holy month, called Ramzan.

Every festival in India is associated with a story! That is the uniqueness of our collectivistic culture. Every festival is a reason for us to socialise, with neighbours with family and with friends. There is more, every region will have a different story to tell for the same festivities!! Some… Continue

Added by sowmya srinivasan on September 29, 2008 at 4:30am — No Comments

"Selling a Story"--Article in Standard Examiner

Storytelling can be more visible every time there is an event as in the "Selling a Story" article from the Standard Examiner newspaper based in Ogden, Utah.



Elizabeth Ellis, Nancy Donoval, and I were able to share… Continue

Added by Rachel Hedman on February 25, 2008 at 3:21pm — 1 Comment

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