Workshops are held periodically throughout the year, often as part
of day–long multi–events. For example: In April 2006, we had a
workshop from Bill Gordh followed by a panel discussion for our
Stories Worth Telling event. And a sold–out August 2006
evening with Margaret Read MacDonald featured one of storytelling's
most renowned author/collector/tellers for an evening of and about
stories and storytelling. Our events generally also include a
Please check out our Swaps page for details on ongoing swaps. And
check back with us for upcoming events.
You can always call our voice–mail number (1–212–613–3117) if you
have any lingering questions.
In the meantime, here are some workshops of special note!
The Center for Engaged Storytelling
814 Broadway (#3), New York City
Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Sunday, March 23rd, 2014:
From Page to Stage
What constitutes a story for performance? Learn the
unique qualities of dynamic storytelling, with profound
fundamentals. This workshop is suitable for beginners and advanced
practitioners of storytelling — or for those who want to learn
about the process of giving voice to a story with audiences
of all kinds and ages.
Sunday, March 30th, 2014:
From Memory to Story
In this workshop, we will learn how to take a personal memory and
harvest a story to be shared with others that is at once authentic,
meaningful and personally both safe and healing for self, others
and community. Each participant creates a story as we discover the
enriching qualities of storytelling that take us beyond self
preoccupation or anecdotal recitation. This is a must for
anyone working with storytelling for performance, education,
business or healing.
Registration: $100 per workshop, $175 for both (limited to
Contact: 1–212–674–3479 or email@example.com