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Singapore International Storytelling Festival 2014
1 – 9 September / The Arts House, 1 Old Parliament Lane
The 2014 Singapore International Storytelling Festival (SISF) focuses on the adaptation of stories across various forms and languages. It marks the Bard's 450th anniversary with a performance and masterclass that examines Shakespeare's sources and the translation of his works into the spoken form.
STORYTELLING FOR POST-DISASTER AND TRAUMA HEALING
6 September / 10.00am – 12.00pm / The Arts House
Storytelling is a powerful tool to deliver messages of life-values to children. This also applies to situations that are out of the ordinary. Storytelling is a powerful tool for post-disaster and trauma healing. This workshop will discuss how to use stories and storytelling in such situations. Ariyo will also share his first hand experience as a storyteller who has worked in such situations, especially with children.
Participants will hear stories told and explore how they can be used in relation to post-disaster and trauma healing.
About the facilitator
Director of Indonesia Storytelling Festival , Ariyo Zidni, also known as ‘Kak aio’, is a storytelling coach, teacher, trainer and a lecturer who teaches classes on storytelling at the University of Indonesia and guest lectures at many universities. Drawn to the social healing aspect of storytelling, Ariyo Zidni began telling stories in 1999.
Other Festival Programmes
Workshops for children
Congress, Workshops and Masterclass on Storytelling
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