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      Storytelling is as ancient as the human race itself. Telling stories is how we connect with one another and keep our heritage alive. With the ever growing presence of technology and virtually any picture show at your fingertips, storytelling seems to be slowly fading away and we’ve even begun to lose the ability to tell a story.

      Join Karla Freeman for an exciting 2 week workshop where you will learn how to develop a story and take storytelling to a new level. This is your chance to lean into the stories that want to be told!

      Tuesdays & Thursdays
      1:30 – 3:30 pm
      Oct. 4, 6, 11, 13

      For those who aren’t sure if they understand the class or if they would be interested in taking it, we are offering a free introduction to the class on Monday, Oct. 3 at 1:30!

      To register and for more information: [email protected]

      What will you learn in this class?

      Explanation of three part structure for telling a story well:
      Storytelling experiences

      How to start a story:
      Practices for thresholds

      Messy middles:
      How to develop the details

      Why are you telling the story?
      What is the message?
      Practice the whole story

      The class will culminate in a public Improv Storytelling evening at idiomART later in the month. You do not need to be a student to participate. This is your chance to share your stories in a relaxed and fun environment.

      Who is Karla Freeman?

      Karla is a professional storyteller who has performed in many countries in Europe, as well as Ecuador, Mexico and the US. She studied the craft of biographical storytelling at the International School of Storytelling in England and on Crete in Greece. She is also a published author (Creating Magic in Midlife) and is working on her first novel, a book of short stories and a poetry collection. She has been a resident of Ecuador for over six years and has many stories about living here. She loves hearing other people’s stories and sharing hers.

      Visit Karla’s website to learn more:

      idiomART is located at: Mariscal Lamar 14-25 y Estevez de Toral
      Cuenca, Ecuador

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