This is an invitation to all friends of storytelling. We have a wonderful
program. Hope you can join us.
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SCHEDULE FOR THE FIFTH ANNUAL UCCB STORYTELLING SYMPOSIUM, FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY, MAY 18 and 19, 2001
Registration: 5-7 p.m. Lobby of the Delta Sydney
Reception: Wine and cheese Reception from 7-8 p.m. in the Cabot Room, Sydney
Delta, followed by storytelling from 8:00 till 10 p.m. This latter part of
the program is open to the public.
9:00 Brian Sturm, University of North Carolina: "Abducted by Elves: The
listener's journey to the other world."
9:30 Monica Sanchez, Brock University: From the Unconscious to the
Conscious in "Curious Girl."
10:00 Johanna Hiemstra, University of British Columbia: "A quest
of Boundary Crossing: Encountering the Other world in this one."
10:30 Rob Parkinson, Storyteller, Kent, UK: "Qualities of Moment: A
storytelling language about consciousness."
11:00 Sylvia Moore, Annapolis Valley teacher and therapist: "Storying as
consciousness of self."
11:30 Shelley Anne Sandblom, writer and artist, Halifax: "The Concept of
12:00 Heather Sanderson, Mount Allison University: "Cryptic Tales: the
aging body of the story in the short stories of Alice Munro."
Lunch 12:30-1:30 -
1:30 Laura Simms, Storyteller and teacher: "Thinking like a
2:00 Lara Hazelton, Staff Psychiatrist, QEII Health Sciences Centre,
Halifax, NS: "Doctor Stories: Therapeutic and other interventions in the
writings of Canadian physicians."
2:30 Betty Trott, Ryerson Technical University, Toronto: "Philosophy as
a form of story telling."
3:00 David Armstrong, writer and artist, Halifax: "Telling a Story in
3:30 Juice Break
4:00 Catherine Hoyt, U of New Brunswick: "Beyond Words:
Storytelling in sign language."
4:30 Linda Mikolayenko, writer and broadcaster, Saskatchewan: "Rewind
and Press Play: Nourishing the spirit through aging and loss."
5:00 E. Alex Pierce, UCCB: "Tsobanakos, the Blind Storyteller in John
Berger's To The Wedding: Narrative forms that focus complex structures;
points of view that cannot see."
SATURDAY EVENING- CLOSING DINNER
7:15 Ray Chodzinski, Brock University, Hamilton Campus: "The last five:
what we've accomplished in Storytelling revival."
8:30 Joe Sheridan, York University, Toronto: "Coyote Lets Being: A
Tribute to Al Grierson, Poet Laureate and Bard of Luckenback, Texas"-- A
This event takes place in Sydney, Cape Breton, NS. The registration fee is
$50.00 and includes the closing dinner as well as refreshments.
To register, send a cheque to UCCB Storytelling, attention Afra Kavanagh,
Dept of Languages and Letters, UCCB, Box 5300, Sydney, NS B1P 6L2
For further information, call 902-563-1431, or email <[log in to unmask]>