Call for Papers Online Symposium Professionalising the storyteller
Open call for papers – Deadline 18 Januari 2021
Fest wants to open-up the discussions and developments by organising an online symposium on Professionalising the storyteller.
FEST Survey Assessing the past looking towards the future
Fill in the FEST Survey and help us to learn from the past and to be ‘on the ball’ for the future.Read more
FEST Survey on the impact of Corona on the Oral Storytelling Community
Fill in the survey and help FEST study how the Corona crisis impacts the storytelling organisations & professionals and collect good practice examples of creative solutions to adapt to the lockdown and social distancing conditions.Read more
New Master’s course – Oral Storytelling as Artistic Research @ OsloMet
OsloMet and FEST are proud to present a new course for oral storytelling on master’s level, accredited for 5 ECTS points!
Applications are now open for ‘Oral storytelling as Artistic Research’
Survey applied storytelling in education
FEST, would like to know more about the use of storytelling in teacher training and in education in Europe. You can help us with this research by filling in the survey!!!!Read more
Summer Course: What Are You Talking About – Oral Storytelling in Contemporary Society
In this course, oral storytellers are invited to explore their repertoire of traditional folktales with a focus on racism, gender and hetero-normativity. Through hands-on exercises, the workshop supports the development of narrative and performing strategies to creatively overcome ethical problems.Read more
FEST open call for cooperation and support
Our new call for proposals is open!!!
FEST is looking for organisations willing to cooperate with us and willing to organise storytelling events and activities that fit our priorities and work plan for year 3 of the European project (from the 1st of June 2020 till the 31st of May 2021).
Once upon a time in the museum with F@mu
FEST had the honor to be part of the opening of F@mu 2019, on October 13th 2019!
After the success of the past 6 editions and in particular that of 2018 which has seen around 800 exhibition sites and about 65,000 visitors and participants, the National Family Day at the Museum returned for the seventh year in a row and FEST there.