19 June 2010
Walking with Goddesses
A Workshop for Women
with Storyteller Jenni Cargill-Strong
When: Saturday 19 June, 2010, 10 am – 3:30 pm
Where: Quaker Meeting House, 10 Hampson St., Kelvin Grove
Cost: Members and Concession: $50; Non-members: $60
Information and booking: 3511 0167 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please bring lunch to share
Nourish the garden of your soul with goddess stories. Dust off the tales lurking within you that have healing powers. In a fun, creative and respectful environment we will come together in a circle of women to explore the energies and tales of the juiciest goddesses. We will walk in their footsteps. We will listen to tales of the Goddess from many traditions in all her phases: maiden, ripe woman and crone. We will unravel and explore the divine wisdom encoded in these myths, focussing on the story of Innana.
Jenni Cargill-Strong has been telling stories professionally since 1993. She toured for ten years telling stories from Perth to Hobart to Auckland at folk festivals, corporate and community events and in over 1300 schools. She has taught for the Sydney Opera House Bennelong Program and has performed and taught at the Woodford Folk Festival since 1993, the Byron Writers Festival 2004 and the Whole Woman Festival 2007. She founded the Story Tree Company in 2006. Her training includes a B.A. in English Literature and Sociology from the University of Queensland and a Diploma from the Drama Action Centre in Sydney, where she specialised in story telling and studied clowning, improvisation, dance, singing, mask, mummers, percussion and workshop facilitation.