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Telling Our Stories | Contando Nuestras Historias

Celebrate Fiesta Cultural with Storytelling!!

TALLER EN ESPAÑOL

¡Únase al cuentacuento Enrique Andrade y celebre Fiesta Cultural con tus historias!

Miercoles el 17 de noviembre | 6-8pm

¿Tienes una historia familiar que no quieres perder? ¡Conéctese y guarde esa historia! Enrique nos hablará sobre las tradiciones narrativas orales y escritas. Luego, compondremos y compartiremos nuestras historias, y luego las grabaremos para recordarlas a sus amigos y familiares.

La clase van a ser ofrecido en español, pero puedes compartir las cuentas en cualquier lenguaje en que sientes más comodo.

Este taller tendrá:
Un lugar seguro para reunirse y discutir el proceso y el arte de contar historias, y compartirlos con un grupo de otros narradores.
Estímulo y orientación para contar sus propias historias.

Sobre el instructor: Enrique E. Andrade, originario de la Ciudad de México, es egresado de la Universidad de Oregon con una doble especialización en Literatura y Filosofía Española y una especialización en Ciencias Políticas. Enrique es bien conocido por ser la voz en español del MAX y participa como voluntario y miembro de la junta de diferentes organizaciones comunitarias. Enrique también ha participado con Portland Story Theatre compartiendo sus historias personales como inmigrante y como un ser humano completo.

miercoles, el 17 de noviembre 6-8pm PDT

Springfield Library Online Zoom Studio

Gratis para el público

Contraseña de la Reunión

Este taller es ofrecido por la organización sin fines de lucro, Wordcrafters en Eugene, como parte de StoryHelix, alojado por la biblioteca pública de Springfield, y financiado en parte por el Lane Arts Council. Obtenga más información en storyhelix.wordcrafters.org/en-espanol

ENGLISH LANGUAGE WORKSHOP

Join author Dante Zúñiga-West to celebrate Fiesta Cultural with your stories!

Thursday, November 18 | 6-8pm

Got a family story you don’t want to be lost? Come online and save that story! Dante will talk to us about oral and written storytelling traditions. Then we will compose and share our stories, and then record them to have as a remembrance for your friends and family.

The class will be offered in English, but you can share your stories in whichever language you feel most comfortable.

This workshop will have:

A safe place to gather and discuss the process and art of storytelling, and share them with a group of other storytellers.
Encouragement and guidance in telling your own stories.

About the Instructor: Dante Zúñiga-West is a Blaxican storyteller who lives in the coastal mountain range. He is author of the novel Rumble Young Man Rumble (2014, Zharmae Press) and a founder of the Stonecutter’s Union. His writing is frequently published in alternative newspapers, lifestyle magazines, and adventure journals. He holds an MFA in creative writing from Cal Arts and a BA in Creative Writing and Mixed Media from The Evergreen State College. He serves as Head of School at the Wellsprings Friends School.

Thursday, November 18
6-8 PM PDT

Springfield Library Online Zoom Studio

Free and open to the public

Meeting Link

This Workshop is offered by the nonprofit, Wordcrafters in Eugene as part of StoryHelix, hosted by the Springfield Public Library, and funded in part by Lane Arts Council. Find out more at storyhelix.wordcrafters.org


What is StoryHelix? StoryHelix invites you to share your stories in a recorded or written format for a collection of stories about our community that we create together. All community members are encouraged to call in and engage. The stories will be published and shared on the StoryHelix website, and on YouTube or our podcast. You will retain all rights to your story! (Learn more about your rights and the requirements!)

Eugene and Springfield, and the surrounding areas have an uncomfortable history and present surrounding erasure, inclusion, and exclusion. For too long, many in our community have not been heard. StoryHelix hopes to honor our community’s letters, and their juxtapositions, and to weave a new narrative together.

This free workshop is brought to you by Lane Arts Council as part of Fiesta Cultural, Springfield Public Library, and Wordcrafters in Eugene.


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