Global Lab: Journey to the Mountain Source
with Geeta Ramanujam
As humanity faces an ecological, social, economic and cultural storm, storytellers and communities worldwide are sourcing stories that offer healing and hope. Global Lab offers inspiring examples of creative practice in the arts, education and frontline activism, with the opportunity to share, question and dialogue.
Journey to the Mountain Source
Is there a spiritual dimension to storytelling traditions? If so, where better to encounter it than in the Indian subcontinent? Geeta Ramanujam is a pioneer for the storytelling movement in India and in this workshop she takes us back to the ancient roots of her traditions in the Himalayas. In addition to being an internationally renowned storyteller, Geeta is an educator, academician and administrator. She is the founder of the Kathalaya Trust and the International Academy of Storytelling, which has defined and evolved the ancient art of storytelling through workshops and certified courses, ensuring over 85,000 adults and 500,000 children have learnt and enjoyed the art of storytelling.
1.30pm: Welcome, Introductions and Presentation
2.45pm: Workshop Sharing and Discussion
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