Nouvelles et Événements
Storytelling Orillia and the Orillia Museum of Art and History present their World Storytelling Day event A Dram to Warm the Hall - Stories and Music from Scotland. Saturday March 23rd, 7-9 pm.
Join the Manitoba Storytelling Guild on April 5th 2019 for their 2019 Dessert-Potluck Storytelling Gala!
Featuring an open mic, that includes storytellers Janine Tougas and Lola Whonnock.
Friday April 5, 2019
7 to 9:30pm (doors open at 6:40pm)
Young United Church, 222 Furby Street, Winnipeg
For more info: email@example.com
SAVE THE DATE: April 6, 2019 for
Hear Here Grassroots Community StoryTelling Event
Please let us know by March 22nd if you are coming!
Tour the Young Audience Circuit in the North: A fantastic opportunity from the Ontario Arts Council for artists who perform for young audiences!
Learn more here:
SAVE THE DATE: April 6, 2019 for
Hear Here Grassroots Community StoryTelling Event!
Come celebrate the life of Jan Andrews and the publication of her novel To See the Stars.
Hosted by Toronto Storytelling Festival, A Different Booklist and CANSCAIP.
March 20th, 2019 from 5 to 7pm at A Different Booklist Cultural Centre, 779 Bathurst Street, Toronto.
The storytelling community lost a hugely influential member on January 2, 2019. Carol McGirr was a StorySave teller, and founder of the long-lived Fireside Epic series. Carol’s impact on Canadian storytelling was profound. She believed “storytellers come and go. It is the story that lives happily ever after.” Our condolences to Carol's friends and family.
Do you have a World Storytelling Day event planned? Be sure to post the information on the WSD event calendar so everyone knows about it!
Go to the SC-CC event calendar and scroll down to find the submissions form:
Happy World Storytelling Day!
Storytellers are invited to submit applications for the 16th Annual St John’s Storytelling Festival taking place St John’s, NL, from September 22 – 29, 2019, and for our festival in 2020. We are also considering tellers for various aspects of our year-round programming.
SC-CC is excited to announce we're hosting a day-long storytelling workshop on March 10th in Toronto. "The Metastory of the Shoe Project" will examine the use of the shoe as a metaphor for journeys of newcomers to Canada based on the example of The Shoe Project.
Mark your calendars for March 10th in Toronto to join in on a fantastic workshop with Teenaz Javat and Yuli Hu of The Shoe Project. The Metastory of the Shoe explores the journeys of newcomers to Canada and how storytelling can be used to improve written and spoken English.
Ticket information coming soon!
It is with much sadness that SC-CC reports the passing of Lesley Parlane on Saturday, November 24 2018, from cancer. Lesley was one of the founding members of the Indigenous Advisory Council of SC-CC and an artist living in Ottawa. Our deepest condolences go out to her family and friends.
The St. John’s Storytelling Festival has just wrapped another year – and boy have we outdone ourselves! The mix of local and visiting tellers was so varied and so dynamic, bringing together people from all walks of life to celebrate the art of story.
Cette bourse donne à un conteur de la relève l'occasion de suivre un mentorat de quatre mois auprès d'un conteur chevronné membre deSC-CC, en plus de lui offrir une adhésion d'un an et les frais d'inscription au prochain congrès de l'organisme. En outre, le récipiendaire de cette bourse sera invité à se produire lors d'une des activités au programme du congrès.