Adult Storytelling Workshop: The Story of Love

A storytelling workshop presented by Jennifer Ferris. 

Our lives are full of the seeds of great stories; let your stories bloom by joining the quest to find meaning, wisdom, love and connection. 

This workshop explores stories about love. It offers the opportunity to find your personal storytelling voice, to explore the elements of a good story including presence, characterization, story structure, how to connect with the audience and make the story bigger than the words. There will be an opportunity to work with your stories and explore what makes a good story great. In the first part of the workshop we will look at our own experiences and in the second half we will create stories using archival love letters that are part of the museum collection. All this will take place in a supportive atmosphere with plenty of fun to help you release your own creativity. 

About the instructor: 

Jennifer Ferris has been active as a storyteller for 35 years. She has performed in schools, colleges, at community events, nature sanctuaries and festivals across Canada and in Washington State. Acutely aware of the power of humour and language, she loves to tell personal stories as well as tales of myth, magic and transformation from around the world.

She is a busy story mentor and coach to new and experienced storytellers. 

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Alexandra Weaver
Visitor Experience Manager