Nouvelles et Événements
This is a great online course available from UBC, recommended by SC-CC's board president. Important information as we work through reconciliation.
The Story Of
Featuring Award-winning Storyteller
Libretto by Deborah Dunleavy
Music by Howard Alexander
Thursday Tickets: $15 at the door
October 19, 2017 Christ United Church
7:00 pm (Doors open at 6:30) Lyn
Information * 613-926-5510* *email@example.com*
Creation of "Isobel Gunn" made possible by a grant from Canad Council for the Arts
The role of writing in promoting well being is an emerging field in personal and professional development. Use writing exercises as an avenue to promote reflection, self-expression and insight into our professional identities as artists.
More info can be found here: http://artistshealth.com/
Names of members voting on the motion below will be recorded but not circulated. A majority from the returned survey votes is needed to approve or reject a motion. The chair (president) shall not exercise a vote except to break a tie.
Nous noterons les noms des membres qui se prononceront sur la proposition ci-après mais ne les divulguerons pas. La proposition sera adoptée ou rejetée selon la majorité des votes reçus en réponse à ce sondage. La présidente ne peut voter, sauf en cas d'égalité des voix.
À cet effet, nous vous demandons donc de remplir le questionnaire en ligne avant le 18 septembre 2017:
Please complete this survey online by September 18, 2017:
Merci à tous! Thank you!
SC-CC is pleased to announce the successful grant proposals for Canadian Storytelling Night (CSN) event funding assistance!
The Nelson Storytelling Guild, TALES Calgary, the Saskatoon Storytelling Guild, Storytelling Orillia, and Toronto'sYork Storytelling Guild will be receive assistance for their CSN events. We can't wait for CSN on November 4th!
There will be a memorial and celebration of the life of
arranged by her family
Morningside-High Park Presbyterian Church
#4 Morningside Avenue
Evening of Stories with Louise Profeit-LeBlanc
Date: September 16, 2017
Time: 7:30 - 8:30pm
Location: Toronto Baha’i Centre, 288 Bloor St. West
Sponsor: Storytellers of Canada/Conteurs du Canada
Tickets: ‘Pay What You Can’
Yesterday afternoon in Ottawa, the many friends and family of master storyteller and SC-CC founding member, Jan Andrews gathered to celebrate her life and work.
In Jan Andrew’s memory, her partner, Jennifer Cayley, has suggested donations can be made in Jan's memory to Storytellers of Canada - Conteurs du Canada, or to the Alpine Club of Canada. To donate to SC-CC either online or via cheque, visit https://www.storytellers-conteurs.ca/en/donate-now.html
2017 septembre - Un mot de la présidente
Chers membres de SC-CC,
C’est avec une immense tristesse que je vous annonce le décès soudain de Jan Andrews, survenu le samedi 2 septembre 2017. Conteuse d’expérience, auteure accomplie, elle fut l’un des membres fondateurs de Storytellers of Canada-Conteurs du Canada. En 2016, elle a été décorée de l’Ordre du Canada pour ses nombreuses contributions au domaine des arts.
Cercle des Conteurs de l’Est ontarien:
Festival Bois et forêt - Riceville (Plantagenet Sud)
DIMANCHE 10 SEPTEMBRE 2017 DE 10H À 16H
PRÉSENTATION DES AUTEURS-CONTEURS DU CCEO
SC-CC's 2017-2018 Ontario team of representatives is Janet LeRoy, June Brown and Betty Bennett, and they are thrilled to announce an Ontario members' gathering in Toronto this September!
SC-CC Gathering in Toronto
Sunday September 17th. 2-5pm
Grand Pre Acadian Festival 2017, August 10 to 13
For those who will surround themselves in Acadian and Mi'kmaq culture ...
Check the website for details and complete schedule - www.grandpre2017.ca
Thinking of becoming a new member of Storytellers of Canada? Our special 25th anniversary new members rate is now available! Only $25 for any new member (not renewing) until summer 2018! And don't forget that for this year as well, new membership fees for Indigenous tellers are waived.
Visit the Join page for more information: https://www.storytellers-conteurs.ca/en/join-or-renew-now.html
Thinking of becoming a new member of Storytellers of Canada? Our special 25th anniversary new members rate will kick in in early July! Only $25 for any new member (not renewing) until summer 2018! And don't forget that for this year as well, new membership fees for Indigenous tellers are waived.
Watch SC-CC's website and Facebook page for the launch of these special membership packages!
Le Festival interculturel du conte du Québec change de nom !
Le Festival interculturel du conte du Québec, premier et plus grand festival de contes au Québec, présentera sa quatorzième édition du 20 au 29 octobre 2017. Cette édition se déroulera sous le signe du changement, d’abord en adoptant un nouveau nom : le Festival interculturel du conte de Montréal.
SC-CC is saddened to share the news of the passing of Phyllis Walker, one of our wonderful and accomplished members.
We're making a storytelling TV SHOW!!!
Raconteurs Storytelling and Fibe TV1 are teaming up to produce a TV show featuring Toronto's true stories told live on stage!
Fibe TV1 will be broadcasting our show Canada-wide. This is an amazing opportunity to bring storytelling to a wider audience!
We’re looking for 12 storytellers to tell 7-10 minute stories, plus 6 storytellers to share 3-5 minute stories, to be turned into 6 episodes to air on Fibe TV1!
Storytellers of Canada - Conteurs du Canada wishes to extend our hearty congratulations to SC-CC member, Yukon Regional Coordinator, and member of the SC-CC Indigenous Advisory Council Louise Profeit-Leblanc who has been honoured as one of the winners of the REVEAL Indigenous Art Awards.
Please vote, and then share this message/link with your storytelling contacts.
StorySave teller, educator and historian Jim. St. Clair is being recognized by Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia for his "contributions to built and cultural heritage" on the island.
Learn more in this CBC article. Congratulations Jim!
To learn more about Jim and his work, or to access his StorySave recording, click here.
Professional Storytellers in partnership with the Storytellers Circle of Halifax
The Storytellers Circle of Halifax strives to preserve the long established tradition of storytelling in Nova Scotia. It promotes the art of oral storytelling by nurturing and inspiring both seasoned and novice tellers, and by providing opportunities for tellers and listeners of all ages, cultures, and communities to come together to share and experience the power of stories.
Friday, February 17
This year’s StorySave project is a CD collection of stories told by Toronto's own Marylyn Peringer. All proceeds of the evening will go to StorySave; tax receipts will be provided for donations over $20. The evening's program will follow our usual open stage format, except for a spot reserved for Marylyn herself. For more information on StorySave or to make a donation online, click here.
SCCC and TALES are happy to announce that we are adding an additional date for Marva Blackmore's Conference Master Class.
The first date of Tuesday May 23rd has sold out but we now have an additional date for the class on Monday May 22nd!
Learn more about the class, Conference, and how to register here:
On Wednesday May 24th from 9am until noon, Mary Ann Lippiatt and TALES will be offering a free introductory workshop on Storytelling, called "A Story In My Pocket". Register soon to be sure you get a spot!
Email SCCCworkshop@shaw.ca to register!
Storytellers! The St. John's Storytelling Festival is now accepting submissions to tell at their festival in October. Successful applicants will have travel paid along with their storytelling payment.
The deadline for submissions is March 15, 2017.
SHARING THE STORIES OF OUR GREAT CANADIAN TELLERS
ATT STORYSAVE HOUSE CONCERT
Please join us for:
An evening of storytelling with Jennifer Ferris and Lee Porteous
Friday, January 27, 2017 at 7:30pm
Storytellers of Canada - Conteurs du Canada wishes to extend our heartiest congratulations to Jan Andrews on her recent appointment as a member of the Order of Canada.