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I’ve got a Story to Tell | Dr Ann Poulsen | Summer School 2018

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Corban Estate Arts Centre, 2 Mt Lebanon Lane, Henderson

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Auckland, 0621

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“The universe is made of stories, not of atoms.” Muriel Rukeyser Stories help us understand the world we live in, stimulate our imagination and create a sense of community. So what’s your story? During this two day workshop you will learn about the principles of storytelling, experiment with some storytelling techniques and begin developing your own project by exploring real-life experiences.

Dr Ann Poulsen is a culture researcher, producer and consultant, who has worked with major corporations, local government, non-pro ts and the arts community. She has a PhD in English Literature for her research on image/text and the use of language as an art practice. Her esteemed writing on the arts have been published by university presses, dealer galleries, Art NZ, The Big Idea and for the NZ Institute of Architects. Both of Ann’s Summer School workshops are suitable for writers and visual artists alike.


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Summer School returns for 2018! An amazing array of talented New Zealand artists will be sharing their skills and experiences, with workshops spanning a variety of mediums and techniques. Ideal for people of all skills levels, these workshops are a great way to gain new inspiration while immersing yourself in a week-long studio programme. Summer School is comprised of a truly exciting line up of courses, and also includes a series of free activities, including studio tours and presentations. 10% discounts are available for previous Summer School participants, for teachers, or if you enrol with a friend.

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