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Field Studies Council: Bringing Environmental Understanding to All

Weft, weave and waffle - the craft of storytelling

  • Location:  Bishops Wood
  • Tutor:  Chris Salisbury
  • Dates : Thursday 19 October 2017 to Friday 20 October 2017
  • Level: Open for Everyone
  • Age Range: Adults

Narrative skills are an increasingly valued part of an educators toolkit, applied to great effect in all sorts of settings and with a diverse range of client-groups.  The craft of storytelling can be broken down into some fundamentals which once distinguished can assist the rapid improvement for those wanting to make use of it either as tellers in their teaching practice, professional storytellers, or to belnd in with presentation skills they already have.  Finding the rifht story at the right time is also a key area that the course will consider as well as offering some coaching for individual work.  Participants will then emerge from this enlivening and empowering process with takes to tell and more confidence and understanding of how,, why and where to tell stories.  This course will also be taking place outside and looking at the environment and how takes can be told outside, using the environment as a stimulus.








Chris Salisbury is a well known environmental educator and storyteller, he founded WildWise after working for the Devon Wildlife Trust. After founding and directing the Westcountry Storytelling Festival since 2002, storytelling has become an important component in his work on courses around the world. Chris is also a drama therapist and has also been through the Be The Change symposium training programme.

Please email enquiries.bw@field-studies-council.org for more details.

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