The Witches by Amy Preston-Samson
This week, we have a story from Amy Preston-Samson, PhD candidate and first-time storyteller. She told this story for the 6th anniversary of Confabulation Montreal. Our theme that night was, Now we are six — stories of childhoods lost and found.
Amy developed this story after working in a group workshop which inspired Montreal’s own Confab Story lab. If you’re interested in taking a public workshop, you can get more info here.
This episode also featured Bonnie Harnden – she’s an Associate Professor and practicum coordinator, in Drama Therapy, and Creative Arts Therapies at Concordia University in Montreal.
It’s finally here!
Confabulation is thrilled to continue our expansion this fall with the launch of The Confab Story Lab, a 7-week storytelling workshop at our home-base in Montreal. We’ll cover every aspect of story development from generating ideas to finding the perfect ending.
The workshop will run from September 24th to November 5th. On November 26th, students will invite their friends and family to a special student showcase, hosted by Confabulation’s executive director Matt Goldberg
For details and registration inquiries,click here.
Photo by Mickaël A. Bandassak (http://www.mickaelbandassak.com/) taken during #ConfabMTL at the Phi Centre in April 2017