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Environmental Story Workshop: Stories for Climate Change
October 28 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm CDT$50.00
Storytelling can play a major role in educating, informing, sparking conversations, and moving people towards taking actions for a more sustainable world. This course can help you craft stories that spark conversations about the environment and our role as stewards of the Earth. Stories can help inspire and guide us to do better for the planet, and can help us talk to others in a way that they can listen and acknowledge something needs to be done.
Learn stories that can stir people into wanting to do something positive for the planet, because the good news is that people can undo the damage to the environment that we’ve caused. How to design and tell stories that invite others to be active participants in healing our planet. Have dialogues that help people understand, no matter what their viewpoint or political persuasion, that they can help to heal the Earth and make positive contributions for the sake of humanity and all living beings.
Workshop taught by Bowen Lee
Saturday, October 28th and Sunday, October 29th. Both sessions from 1:00-3:00 PM in the 1762 Hennepin space. $50 per person for the workshop.
Bowen Lyam Lee is a West Coast storyteller who has been an environmentalist and educator for nearly 40 years. She is the editor for the Storycology section of the StoryBeast digital magazine, and a member of Asian American Storytellers In Action, Artists Standing Strong Together, and the Storytelling Association of California. She has been a winner of story slams and grand slams for National Storytelling Network and Six Feet Apart, and has performed at the Bay Area Storytelling Festival, the Women’s Storytelling Festival, Settle Stories of the UK, and many libraries and museums.
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