Storytelling for Grownups
Workshops for University of Utah Health sponsored by the Resiliency Center
Practice the art and craft of telling true stories in this participatory workshop with peers and colleagues.
Experienced and aspiring storytellers alike are invited to join us as we explore some of the "hows" and "whys" of compelling storytelling and attentive listening.
Facilitators Giuliana Serena and Nan Seymour of The Bee are experts at providing encouragement and creative brave spaces for people to be themselves.
Students: 1-4pm SAT 3/10
Faculty & Staff: 5-8pm MON 3/12 or TUE 3/20
REGISTRATION: These workshops are being offered exclusively for the students, residents, faculty and staff of U of U Health and are free of charge thanks to the support of the Resiliency Center. Space is limited and we do anticipate filling up. Your place will be guaranteed once you complete the form below!
TIMING: These workshops are highly participatory and beginning & ending together is essential. Please plan sufficient time to walk/ride over or find parking (and us!) and to stay all 3 hours.
PLEASE BRING: A favorite (free-flowing) pen, a notebook, and a willingness to participate.
REFRESHMENTS: Lunch or dinner will be provided by the Resiliency Center. The first 15 minutes of our class time will be dedicated to getting settled and nourished, then will dive right into the content.
LOCATION: All sessions will take place on campus in the Health Sciences Education Building. Room numbers are listed with session dates below. The closest public parking structure is just to the northeast on 2030 E off of South Medical Drive.
Once you complete this form, your place in our workshop is guaranteed. Please contact us with any questions.