The art of storytelling and presentational skills

August 26, 2008 at 12:55 pm Leave a comment

(Summary of workshop and preliminary schedule)

It’s about capturing an idea and presenting it.

It’s about shaping a story and communicating it.

We will practice improvised storytelling moving on to retelling stories, hence moving between right and left brain. As we progress you will focus more on your idea/art/profession and learn how to present yourself as well as the concept of which you are working. This workshop aims to give you tools and practice in presenting yourself and your idea, regardless given 10 seconds, 10 minutes or longer quantities of time.

10-13 Introduction and improvised storytelling – Short individual presentation. Awakening our ………..creative competence

13-14 Lunch break

15-16 Retelling of stories – We practice memorising existing stories

16-16.30 Coffee break

16.30-17.30 Toolkit for improved storytelling – Capturing my idea

A little homework.

10-13 Presenting and shaping my idea.

13-14 Lunch break

15-16 Turning my idea into a story.

16-16.30 Coffee break

16.30-17.30 Presenting myself and my idea

…….

Nik Dee, a storyteller, actor, director based in Stockholm, Sweden but with Europe as his working field. MD of Swedutainment, a production company involved in education and arts; mainly theatre, film, broadcast and publishing. Main focus is children, youth and family in “A world of magic and make-believe”.

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