Storytelling school

Melbourne’s Greek community celebrates creations through ‘Storytelling Project’

The Greek Community of Melbourne (GCM) will embark on a ‘storytelling’ project in which a series of events will be organized and organized to celebrate the art and discipline of storytelling while celebrating Greek and Greek artists, writers and storytellers Australians.

The project will take many forms and seek to celebrate acclaimed works and emerging artists. It will talk about a diverse catalog of content and will be presented to audiences young and old.

The events will cross different themes including identity, finding your own creativity, expanding your internal values ​​and integrity. These major themes will be a celebration of the diversity and breadth of the art of storytelling.

The project starts with Ακούω, Παίζω… Δημιουργώ, on September 22, 27 and 29 which is aimed at children and will see teachers from GCM schools facilitating the engagement of young storytellers. During this event, children will participate in story-based activities and work to create and present their own stories with the help of their friends and teachers.

On Friday, September 30, the GCM presents the live radio reading of Demetra Giannakopoulos’ Coming Out for Christmas at the Greek Center. The show, which will feature a cast of 5 reading actors accompanied by music and sound, is a dramatic comedy about family, community and living your truth.

The tale is presented within the framework of the cultural programs of the GCM and is supported by the Greek quarter.

For more information on storytelling and the GCM, please visit www.greekcommunity.com.au