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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Fall Conference -- Teresa Boyer Clark


Teresa Boyer Clark -- Hearing the Voices of the Past
The transfer of family history, the core of the oral tradition, is approaching extinction. In this hands on workshop participants will learn to excavate and create stories from their family heritage. Tips will be given on lifting the story from the research and sharing through publication and the oral tradition.
(Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced)

Teresa Boyer Clark -- Prompting Tales from Surviving Generations
Historian, author, and national award-winning storyteller, Teresa Clark, believes the family stories behind the significant dates are vital to engaging interest and forming multi-generational connections. Teresa delights in the excavation and sharing of family story. She has dedicated her life to helping others harvest and triumph theirs.
(Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced)

Teresa Boyer Clark -- Baskets Full of Memory
An exercise in rediscovering the personal archives of memory
Teresa Clark believes many of our youth today are lost because they have no idea who they are, where they come from, or who they come from.  Society as a whole is not sharing, telling, or honoring our stories, our traditions, or our cultures.  Our history, our culture, our core beliefs as a nation, basic human decency and much more can be understood most effectively through story.  Storytelling can strengthen and open communication within all walks of life.  Join Teresa Clark for this fun-filled hands-on lab focused on the exercise of triggering and sharing personal story for families and strangers alike.
(Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced)

Teresa Boyer Clark --  The Tapestry We Call Life
When was the last time you sat down and listened to a good story? Join Teresa Clark as she shares a spell-binding storytelling tapestry filled with the varied colors and fibers of life. Blending folklore, history, and personal glimpses, Teresa’s love for the past shines through as she artfully weaves these threads of life into fresh, yet timely stories. These tales might not be from your home, but they’ll certainly hit close to home. This is listening fun for the whole family!
(Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced)

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