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Make yourself a simple storyboard - this page shows you how.
Why not have a go at making some tangrams to help you tell a story? This worksheet will get you started
Try one of these suggestions for starting your story in a different way .
Bonus Workshop 17th February
We’re delighted that KIRAN SHAH, one of the longest-established tellers in Singapore and who has been an active supporter of the 398.2 Festival, has generously offered to conduct a one-off session for the benefit of tellers during her next return visit. (She is currently domiciled in Australia with her husband.)
Details to follow shortly
New Direction for The Story Line
During the past year I have met about a dozen people who are keen to develop their storytelling skills. Some have already taken the first step and celebrated World Storytelling Day and then telling n the READFEST(see box below).
There are another six or seven participants from my workshop in Sembawang and, together with a couple of the Gurkha wives reading group, they will form the nucleus of The Story Line which will focus on fostering the skills of its members and finding opportunities for them to perform.
The Story Line
is a monthly meeting for people who want to develop their skills as storytellers by sharing and listening to stories.
We meet on the first Friday of every month at Marine Parade Library
We gather from 7pm onwards in the Programme Room (level 2) to socialise over tea/coffee courtesy of the NLB, and start the gathering at 7.30pm.
Come and join The Story Line, a place where storytellers, regardless of experience, can come together to share stories.
Exercises focusing on projection, clarity, expression & characterisation