Styles and Practice in Storytelling Final Performance

Monday, March 8, 2021, 10:00am - 11:30am
Zoom (link will be provided after registering) Please complete the registration form here.

University of Chicago students in this introductory storytelling class will share a range of stories from folklore to personal stories. The performances will reflect an exploration of the range of styles in the storytelling art form. Throughout the quarter, studetns will research, create and perform stories in different genres. This final performance will reflect the best of their work. The performances will provide audience members with an opportunity to reflect and engage with questions regarding identity, culture, and place. This semester the city of Chicago will serve as a source of inspiration for much of the work. The course is taught by Emily Hooper Lansana, who is a professional storyteller and also serves as the Director of Community Arts at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts.

This final course meeting will be open to the public. You may complete the event registration here and will receive the Zoom information via email shortly after.

Emily Hooper Lansana (