The telling tea towel

Storyteller Jenni Cargill-Stronghas two storytelling workshops coming up.

In early May, Jenni will be hosting guest tutor Ffrances Ingram (pictured) who will lead a two-day workshop called Fabricating our Mothers. And shell also perform in concert.Welsh born Ffrancess work is concerned with notions of the domestic. Using the tea towel, perhaps the most undervalued and most used domestic item,participants will create an art story to hang intheir home.

Then on three Tuesday evenings from May 27 to June 10, in Mullumbimby, Jenni will run Telling Our Stories, Healing Our Hurts.

Storiesbuild a stronger sense of identity, which can make us more resilient. Inher workshop Jenni will help participants to minetheir own family stories and then retell them.

For more information phone The Story Tree Company on 6684 6548, visit www.thestorytreecompany.com.au or email jenni@thestorytreecompany.com.au.


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