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    • 19 Apr 2021
    • 19:30 - 21:00 (UTC+08:00)
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    ONCE UPON A LIFETIME

    An Interactive Webinar by Sue Hollingsworth




    Many people would love to be able to tell a story from their lives to share with family, friends, colleagues or a public audience. But where to begin? And how can you be sure it will be of interest to your listeners? Here is an opportunity to begin to playfully and deeply explore the world of personal storytelling and discover whether there are particular skills needed to craft this type of story. This introduction is suitable for absolute beginners and those with experience of telling traditional stories.

    Sue Hollingsworth has been telling stories since 1995 and is the co-author of the best selling book, The Storyteller's Way. After working at the School of Storytelling in the UK for many years, she now heads up the Centre for Biographical Storytelling. As a teacher, performer, coach and mentor, she works all over the world and is particularly interested in personal storytelling.     

    Date: Monday 19th April 2021

    Time: 7.30pm to 9pm (Singapore time)

    See: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html?iso=20210419T113000&p1=236&p2=553&p3=108&p4=235&p5=136&p6=37&p7=26&p8=169&p9=240 for the time in your time zone. If the timing is not convenient you can opt to receive the recording.

    Cost:

    SGD$5 for FEAST members(FOC for Young Storyteller members)

    (Members must LOG IN before registering in order to obtain this member rate)

    SGD$10 for non-members


Past events

7 Apr 2021 Guest Coaching Story Swap with Cassandra Wye
30 Mar 2021 FEAST GAME NIGHT
20 Mar 2021 NEW BEGINNINGS - World Storytelling Day Story Swap
10 Mar 2021 FEAST FEST Q&A
8 Mar 2021 Nurturing Storytellers as they Grow
22 Feb 2021 PLAYING WITH STORIES with Priscilla Howe
28 Jan 2021 STORIES FOR ALL – A Storyteller’s Sharing Session on Experiences in the Special Needs Classroom
18 Dec 2020 FEAST Anthology Book Launch
3 Dec 2020 Podcasting for Storytellers
19 Nov 2020 PARENT-CHILD story swap
3 Nov 2020 Storytelling in STEAM Education
28 Oct 2020 GHOST STORIES - story swap
9 Oct 2020 Down the Rabbit Hole: The how and why of researching stories
30 Sep 2020 MOUNTAIN TALES - A story swap
15 Sep 2020 FEAST Cultural Appropriation Panel Discussion
27 Aug 2020 RIDDLE TALES - A story swap
20 Aug 2020 MAKE IT YOUR OWN: A Crash Course In Developing Your Own Storytelling Perspective by Sherry Norfolk and Bobby Norfolk
24 Jul 2020 FOLLOW UP MEETING - Proposed FEAST - India Chapter
23 Jul 2020 BUG TALES - A story swap
10 Jul 2020 PROPOSED INDIA CHAPTER - A round table discussion
9 Jul 2020 Camera Ready! - Taking Your Storytelling Online with Confidence.
25 Jun 2020 STRONG WOMEN - A story swap
5 Jun 2020 SUPPLEMENTARY STORY SWAP Featuring Tellers from India - Stories for Children
26 May 2020 Discovering and Using a Narrative Mindset Rethinking Narrative’s Place in Your Work, School, or Community. A FEAST Webinar by Kevin Cordi
22 May 2020 STORY SWAP - Stories for Children
15 May 2020 TALES FROM THE LONGHOUSE
29 Apr 2020 FROM FOLKTALE TO PRINT: A Discussion with the Folklorist, Librarian and Storyteller, Dr. Margaret Read MacDonald
24 Apr 2020 ASIAN FOLKTALE STORY SWAP
1 Apr 2020 POSTPONED - 3rd Storytellers' Conference
20 Mar 2020 VOYAGES - A Story Swap for World Storytelling Day 2020
27 Feb 2020 FEAST WEBINAR - HOW TO ENGAGE WITH AND INFLUENCE VULNERABLE YOUTH THROUGH THE POWER OF STORYTELLING
1 Feb 2020 Call to Members for the Submission of Stories for FEAST's 2020 Asian Folktale Book
1 Feb 2020 Open Call for Workshop Submissions - MEMBERS
1 Feb 2020 Open Call for Workshop Submissions - NON MEMBERS
31 Jan 2020 FEAST WEBINAR - Strengthening the Storytelling Voice
15 Jan 2020 Jakarta Storytellers' Conference Schedule Summary
1 Jan 2020 Annoucing our 3rd Storytellers' Conference
1 Jan 2020 Announcing 3rd Storytellers' Conference
13 Dec 2019 JOURNEYS - An Online Story Swap
22 Nov 2019 2nd FEAST Storytellers' Conference - Bangalore, India
18 Oct 2019 STORYTELLING IN THE CLASSROOM: Lessons in Practice by a Storyteller-in-Residence
18 Sep 2019 Nature Story Swap
30 Aug 2019 Storytelling as Relationship
24 Jul 2019 DRAGONS AND HEROINES: MAKING FAIRY TALES AND MYTHS COME ALIVE
14 Jun 2019 STORY SWAP - Planting Seeds: Stories of Hope and Growth
10 May 2019 TANDEM STORYTELLING: IT TAKES TWO TO TANDEM!
12 Apr 2019 STEPPING OUTSIDE THE STORY: Storytelling in the Context of Language Learning
15 Feb 2019 Using Storytelling to Support and Enrich Children’s Creative Writing
18 Jan 2019 Telling with Puppets
17 Dec 2018 A Gift of Stories
27 Oct 2018 Penang International Kids Storytelling Festival (PINKS)
19 Oct 2018 Korean International Storytelling Festival
8 Oct 2018 Marketing and Developing Your Storytelling Business
14 Sep 2018 Voice Characterisation in Storytelling
7 Sep 2018 Short and Simple Story Swap

Donation goal

Collected: $2,008.00
Goal: $5,000.00
40%

 WHAT DO WE DO WITH YOUR DONATION ?

Asia has some countries, such as Singapore, where storytelling is supported financially, and an awareness of the power of storytelling in diverse fields such as education, business, counselling and community development. However, in many Asian countries, would-be storytellers struggle to make an income from their skills. The thought of travelling to a conference, even on a budget airline, plus paying conference fees, plus accommodation, is a daunting challenge. Our target of $5,000 is to enable us to bring 10 young tellers to the next Conference.  For donations particularly for the book, which we can acknowledge in the book itself, do contact us.

The Federation of Asian Storytellers Ltd is a non-profit company incorporated
in Singapore in June 2018.

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