Storytelling in the Built and Natural Heritage
with Rachel Smillie, John Hamilton, Gerry Durkin, Alan Steel, Grace Banks, Colin Mackay and Liz Wilson
Saturday 28th April 2007
The Village Storytelling Centre, Pollok, Glasgow
The Scottish Storytelling Centre’s first National Development Day of the year focuses on the theme of stories in context: storytelling and the natural environment, storytelling and heritage, and stories in community development.
10.30am Registration and Coffee
Seeing the Stories: Storytelling in the Built and Natural Heritage
11.50am A Village of Stories
12.10pm Talking Trees: Storytelling at the Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh
Liz Wilson and Colin Mackay
1.30pm Enlivening the Past: Crookston Castle presentation and tour
Gerry Durkin and Alan Steel
3.20pm Workshop Options
a) A Creative Learning Environment, John Hamilton
b) Local Heritage and Story Gathering, Grace Banks
4.20pm A World of Stories: The Way Forward
Feedback and questions
£15/12.50 concs including lunch and refreshments
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 0131 556 9579 for bookings and enquiries.
For information on all training and development events at the Scottish Storytelling Centre visit www.scottishstorytellingcentre.co.uk
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