Join us for a special evening of storytelling (and our very first show at Kingsbury Hall!) featuring true stories told live on stage without notes; about sickness and health, complications and recovery, and the challenges that arise in the providing and receiving of care.
ACCEPTING STORYTELLER SUBMISSIONS AUG 1 - SEP 30 2018!
Practice the art & craft of storytelling in this participatory workshop with Giuliana Serena and Nan Seymour of The Bee.
"A great way to get in touch with your experiences and stories in a supportive space."
"I would absolutely recommend these workshops for those who want to explore finding and valuing voice and story."
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Have you got a story to tell about The Great Outdoors? Hone your story and your telling skills with Giuliana Serena & Nan Seymour of The Bee.
Presented in partnership with the Park City Public Library and supported in part by Park City Toastmasters.
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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Join us in solidarity and support of survivors and the Utah Domestic Violence Coalition for an evening of storytelling featuring the personal narratives of those impacted by domestic violence in our community.
Join us for a FREE workshop on harnessing the power of personal narrative to effect change.
Facilitated by Giuliana Serena of The Bee and hosting by HEAL Utah, Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment, and the Utah Chapter of the Sierra Club.
Join us for an evening of curated stories at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art.
Women from diverse disciplines and backgrounds will tell true stories of their working lives. Featuring Martha Castillo, Nubia Peña, Ann Pack, Cathy Tshilombo-Lokemba, Samira Harnish, & Dr. Kristen Ries.
The theme of our show complements "Work in Progress," a collaborative traveling exhibit currently on display at UMOCA that celebrates women who are catalysts for change.