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American Indian Storytelling workshop

  • Minnesota Humanities Center 987 Ivy Avenue East Saint Paul, MN, 55106 United States (map)

Cost:  $90 - includes continental breakfast, lunch, snacks and materials.

Traditional stories are a rich and exciting form of oral literature. These stories, told for countless generations, express profound truths about nature and human existence. They teach us about the world around us, about acceptable ways to behave and the consequences of bad choices. During this interactive workshop that will highlight Ojibwe and Dakota cultures, we will explore the history of traditional American Indian storytelling, examine storytelling techniques, and discover the storyteller in all of us. We will also discuss new ways to introduce American Indian literature and storytelling into your classroom through group projects and hands-on activities.

Sung Ja Shin

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Earlier Event: February 26
P.J. Stories - Pam Schweitzer