Workshop Storytelling and Identity
- Start date
Monday, 16 Nov 2020, 16:00
- End date
Monday, 16 Nov 2020, 17:30
- Erasmus Pavilion
- Spoken Language
What forms our identity? Through storytelling you’ll explore this question during this workshop.
Our lives are made of stories. The stories of our parents and the stories of our land, our culture and our nation define us and form our identity. These stories help us bond with some people but can also create a wall, separating us from others. In a dynamic and playful way, through various exercises, storytelling games and the sharing of personal memories we will explore together the complex theme of what forms our identity.
About the workshop leaders:
- Raphael Rodan (from Israel) is an actor, storyteller and workshop leader. He founded The International School for Storytelling and Peace. The school aims to contribute to a more peaceful world by training people in the telling of, and listening to stories to increase mutual understanding.
- Sahand Sahebdivani (from Irans) runs Mezrab, the popular storytelling centre in Amsterdam, hosting nights in Dutch and English. Since 2012 he’s started taking his energetic style of storytelling to international stages, performing in the UK, Germany, Hungary and Turkey.