Interviews 

Deepen your cultural awareness in storytelling

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Wangari Grace

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LIVE from  the 18th of September 2023


A performance Storyteller and Children's author based in Nairobi, Kenya, Wangari the Storyteller as she is popularly known, believes in the power of stories to make us reflect on life past, present and future. She is currently involved in a collaborative, Performative History project that uses storytelling and musical to discuss about the colonial period in Africa (1880 - 1960) through storytelling and music.
Wangari’s performances are highly participatory with the stories woven with dance, chant, song and other performance delicacies.

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Hears Crow

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LIVE from  the 19th of October 2023

Hears Crow, is a woman of the Eastern Woodlands who lives her life in the tradition of the Nanhigganêuck, the people known today as the Narragansett. For over thirty years, she has been a Storyteller primarily of Longhouse Tales and other indigenous cultures. Hears Crow is also an educator, published poet and workshop leader “Stories are bridges that can link diverse cultures, transform our spirits, and open our hearts to one another.  When our cultures, spirits, and hearts are open the Earth Mother will be healed.”


She is on the faculty of the Transformation Storytelling School, the Vermont State Liason to the National Storytelling Network, and a Youth Mentor through the Youth Storytellers Standing Together. 

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Chandrika Joshi

LIVE at the 6th of November 2023

6PM  - UTC/GMT

Online with English, German and Spanish subtitles in February 2024 - VERY SOON ! 

Chandrika is a storyteller, writer and a Hindu Priestess who lives in Wales. She learnt storytelling from her parents where her father was a Hindu priest and her mother no less. Hinduism has its base in the metaphysical wisdom of the Vedas. All ancient Hindu stories from the Purana to Panchatantra carry this message. Storytelling and story listening are important part of the religious lives of Hindus. The stories are both entertaining and deeply wise. Chandrika tells these stories to pass on the wisdom which is universal.

If anyone want to get in touch with me, I am Chandrika Joshi Hindu priestess on Instagram and Facebook. 

Interview to come  

LIVE in MAI/JUNE 2024


Online with English subtitles in July 2024



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Do you have a close bond to your own culture and can you give the international community of storytellers a glimpse of what would be important to you, when stories from your heritage are told by storytellers from other cultural backgrounds?
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"My name is Momo and I will be having the interview with you.
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Cultural Awareness and Storytelling