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.
2019 Student Storytelling Festival: Stories Like Yours
This year, the Storytelling Festival is all about our students! The festival will be held on Saturday, March 2nd, from 7:00-9:00 p.m. at the School of Information Sciences.
In collaboration with Associate Professor and Interim Dean for Academic Affairs Kate McDowell, the Festival will bring together the iSchool community for a celebration of student stories. Student storytellers will share with peers and alumni stories of those who have inspired them, experiences that led them to graduate school, and ways that the iSchool has directed their professional goals.
We hope that this night of storytelling will help you gain a new understanding of the iSchool, as tellers model ways that storytelling can communicate ideas, perspectives, and ambitions.
The event can be live streamed here:
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.