Who we are
Storytellers of Canada is devoted to connecting people, reflecting culture, and inspiring discovery through the art of Storytelling
- The roots of storytelling as an oral tradition to pass on one to another;
- Oral storytelling as a performing art, and storytellers who have professional aspirations;
- Oral storytelling reflecting diversity and intangible cultural heritage;
- Listeners of all ages hearing stories told in a variety of settings, languages and for different purposes;
- Storytellers and supporters working together for artistic excellence, creation and innovation.
- Membership Services and Products
- Membership Communications and Outreach
- Professional Development
- Audience Engagement
- Francophone mobilisation
Celebrating Storytellers of Canada/Conteurs du Canada
Storytellers of Canada/Conteurs du Canada (SC-CC) was founded in 1993 as a result of a national meeting in Montreal instigated by Rosalyn Cohen. Since then, SC-CC holds an national conference in a different location each year. In 2000, SC-CC was incorporated as a Non-Profit Organization and received its National Arts Service Organization designation.
SC-CC functions as the national representative for those involved in maintaining and practising oral traditions in Canada.
SC-CC encourages the participation of all peoples, by recognizing storytelling as a common root of all cultures and by making strong, positive efforts towards regional and cultural inclusion.
(Pictured: the founding members of SC-CC at their first conference in Montreal, 1993)