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21 Jul

Nordiskt berättarseminarium


Det årliga Nordiska berättarseminariet arrangeras år 2019 för första gången i Finland!


  • Musikaliskt berättande med Lina Teir, berättare och musiker.
  • Läkande berättande med Maria Serrano, berättare.
  • Fortellerkunstens hemmelighet med Mimesis Heidi Dahlsveen, berättarkonstnär och ansvarig för berättarutbildningen på universitet.
  • Muntligt berättande i klassrum med Ola Henricsson, doktorand i pedagogiskt berättande, Göteborg.


Seminariet arrangeras vid Kronoby folkhögskola, som ligger i Österbotten på Finlands västkust. Till Kronoby kan man resa med direkt flyg eller tåg från Helsingfors. Inkvartering kan ordnas i folkhögskolans internat eller på närliggande hotell.

Event Details
As planned
Organiser type
Other event
Organiser name
Kvarnen Samkommun / Kronoby folkhögskola
Contact details
Martin Näse
Tel: +358-44-2941114 eller
Target group
Adult learning networks & organisations
Theme addressed
Recognition / certification of participation
Attending fee

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