Fri., Mar. 13 | 312 William Ave

Oral Storytelling with Story Vines: An Indigenous Perspective

Participants will be introduced to the history of oral storytelling and the use of story vines to retell First Nations Creation stories and teachings. Create beautiful fabric chains, braided with art and artifacts that represent characters and events of a story. Suitable for all grades and subjects.
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Oral Storytelling with Story Vines: An Indigenous Perspective

Time & Location

Mar. 13, 2020, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
312 William Ave, 312 William Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3A 0W4, Canada

About the Event

Participants will be introduced to the history of oral story telling and the use of story vines to retell First Nations Creation stories and teachings. Story vines are beautiful fabric chains, braided with art and artifacts that represent characters and events of a story. Participants will spend the afternoon creating a story vine to take back to their classroom and share. Story vines can be used to integrate Indigenous perspectives into a variety of subject areas. Suitable for all grades and subjects. 

Instructor: Renée McGurry has 35 years experience as an educator and several  as the Indigenous Education Teacher for St. James-Assiniboia School Division.  She is presently working as workshop facilitator for the Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba and volunteers on a number of Boards.

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