With many uses, the art and practice of storytelling make us into “vessels” capable of fine thinking along with the discovery of the riches one may only discover by giving of one’s self to a community, however small or large. The literature of the mind “as it has sometimes been called brings one a delightful, intense relationship with the spirit of “who we are” as individuals, as a family, as a community, as a people in many cases. Choice of material is important and is the starting place. Presentation and the related considerations give way to voice, posture, “presence” (non-theatrical/theatrical) and develops an intimate sense of “time” itself.
For more information about this class call the Yancey Learning Center at 828.682.7315.