FEST, in collaboration with The Village Storytelling Centre, Adverse Camber and Armstrong Storytelling Trust are pleased to annouce the 2024 annual conference will take place in Glasgow, UK. Warm in personality, friendly and contemporary, Glasgow is rich in stories and a great place for us all to come together to explore identity and language through storytelling. More details will follow shortly.Read more
The Federation for European Storytelling (FEST) is very concerned about oral storytellers who are in a special position without any kind of safety net. FEST will therefore support existing digitalisation and media-mediated projects, that show how storytellers organise their activities for a remote audience.
Deadline 4th of May.
Thursday the 30th of April, 8 pm – 9 pm (CET)
7 pm (GMT) / 9 pm (EET)
Without doubt, the current Corona crisis is affecting us all. Some lost all work, others are exploring new opportunities and taking new initiatives. Some of us might be depressed, other might see it as an interesting time. What connects us is that we all have to re-invent ourselves, just like everybody else in Europe and the rest of the world.
Online Storytelling project by: COMPAGNIA RACCONTAMIUNASTORIA (Italy) and TSC – THE STORYTELLING COMPANY (U.A.E)
“Quarantine Stories” is the reaction of Raccontamiunastoria Storytelling Company and its branch in the U.A.E “The Storytelling Company” to the present time.
BREAKING: Deadline master’s course – ‘Oral storytelling as Artistic Research’ extended!Read more
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
Storytellingtime, The International Storytelling Festival in Bolzano (South Tyrol), is coming back to the Municipal Museum! From Friday 4th to Sunday 6th October acclaimed international storytellers will build bridges with their stories, inspired by the Festival’s theme “Bridges over Borders”.Read more