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  • May 10, 2020

    FEST online forum #2: Applied Storytelling in the Corona Crisis

    Sharing stories is rediscovered in these times of corona. Strangely enough we, the international storytelling community, story practitioners, storytelling coaches and narrative therapists, always knew how important it is to share stories, both for personal development as for creating social impact and building connection. And for giving meaning because:

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  • May 2, 2020

    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!!!!

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  • April 30, 2020

    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.

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  • April 30, 2020

    FEST online Forum #1: Storytelling during Corona

    SOLD OUT: FEST online Forum #1: Storytelling during Corona – Thursday the 30th of April, 8 pm – 9 pm (CET) 7 pm (GMT) / 9 pm (EET)

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  • April 28, 2020

    NOW EUROPE NEEDS CULTURE AND CULTURE NEEDS EUROPE

    The time has come to show a real European solidarity. In the words of Madam Commissioner Gabriel: ‘It is often in times of turmoil that people are resorting to culture. Now it is our turn to show our gratitude to this sector, the treasure of Europe.’
    On the initiative of REMA, 39 European networks representing over 5000 organisations in 88 countries, address an open letter to the representatives of the European Union and all European countries to each include culture, live performance and artists in their emergency funds.

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  • April 27, 2020

    Open call Oral Storytelling Projects in times of Corona

    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.

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