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What To Do When Storytelling Goes Wrong

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For adults

 

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Staff Story Center
Story Center Event
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Join professional storytellers Jim “Two Crows” Wallen and Joyce Slater as they discuss how to prevent, plan for, and navigate unexpected issues that arise during an oral storytelling program, such as technology mishaps, adjusted time constraints, handling disruptions, and more. This class is part of the Oral Storytelling Certificate Program as a Storytelling Elective. Please note this program will take place in person in the Story Center Historic Home. Please make sure to register the number of guests in your party. Registration is required and space is limited. This program was made in collaboration with River and Prairie Storyweavers.

 

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