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This workshop will set you on the path to crafting events from your life into meaningful, memorable stories.

In the two hour online workshop we will cover:

*What stories are, and why they're important?

*How to look for and find stories, and

*The classic story structure and how to use it

And then you’ll have a crack: you’ll choose a memory, spend a some time shaping it, and in online breakout rooms, you’ll share and listen in pairs.

This workshop is informative, practical and gives you direct experience of telling a story, because the best way to learn is by doing.

This workshop will be delivered by Kate Lawrence. Kate has developed her storytelling and story teaching skills over the last decade, after spending 17 years as a community lawyer, then in local government, community engagement and disaster preparedness. She has a deep and abiding faith in human stories and the profound and cathartic impact of crafting and sharing our stories. She is a two-time Moth Story Slam winner, and a one-time TEDx speaker, and now makes narrative and documentary podcasts. 

Cost: $65 and $40 conc. 

If this is not affordable, please contact us as we offer up to two scholarship places for each workshop (applications close 5 days before each workshop). We also offer indigenous scholarships. 





Workshop Dates 2023

All workshops are online

Times are AEST

6.45 - 9.15pm Thursday 30 March

6.45 - 9.15pm Thursday 25 May

6.45 - 9.15pm Thursday 3 Aug

6.45 - 9.15pm Thursday 5 Oct

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