The annual School of Information Sciences Storytelling Festival is a highlight of the spring calendar for the CCB. The event brings together new student storytellers and seasoned professionals for an evening filled with characters being brought to life through the power of story.
2018 Storytelling Festival
On Saturday, April 14th, the CCB hosted the 2018 Storytelling Festival at the School of Information Sciences. Assistant Professor and iSchool alum Kate McDowell coordinated the event. The Festival featured both new performers and returning storytellers who shared age-old folklore, personal stories, and everything in between. With this select lineup of engaging iSchool students, alumni, and faculty telling tales from the profound to the profoundly delightful, the evening was a great success.
Video highlights of past festivals can be found on the School of Information Sciences YouTube page, and you can find audio files of past Center for Children’s Books storytelling festivals in our Storytelling Festival Archive.