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Bass Guitar, Jazz Piano, Storytelling...
Vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, composer, educator, multi-linguist, and global citizen Gillian Harwin is on the move creating, producing, studying, educating and growing as an artist and member of the creative community.
Elizabeth Ellis is a favorite at the National Storytelling Festival. She grew up in Appalachia listening to her Grandfather and Aunt tell stories. She is the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Storytelling Network and has authored three books on storytelling: From Plot to Narrative, Prepare to Scare, and Inviting the Wolf In: Thinking About Difficult
ESL, Drawing, Storytelling...
Bowen is a storyteller, educator and environmentalist who believes stories can be transformative. Whenever possible, she merges these passions together, bringing in her training as an illustrator and as a traditional Chinese medicine health provider to the mix. The fusion of all these talents provides a deep and memorable learning experience.
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Keyboard, Country Voice, Storytelling...
Joshua Clemenger began his musical journey in community theatre and choir, where he quickly fell in love with music. Following his training at the Theatre Aquarius program, he performed much of the great musical repertoire playing Curly in Oklahoma, Sgt Cable in South Pacific, John in Miss Saigon, Anatoly in Chess, and President Wintergreen in Of Thee I Sing.
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For over 35 years, Bobbie Pell has shared her love of story with audiences of all ages through written works, storytelling performances, and workshops. Her specialty area, Celtic folklore and traditions, focuses on faerie lore, ballads, and archetypical myths. Her first book, THE HIGHLAND HEART, explores themes of true love, faerie encounters, and a hero's journey to wholeness.
Lynette (Lyn) Ford, an American storyteller, teaching artist, author and creative narrative workshop presenter was the first storyteller in the state of Ohio to be nominated for a Governor's Award for the Arts. She is a regular performer at regional and national storytelling festivals and conferences, including the National Storytelling Festival, Hawaii's Talk Story Festival
Public Speaking, Writing, Storytelling
Ira S. Murfin is a writer, educator, scholar, critic, and artist based in Chicago. He holds both an MFA degree in Writing and a PhD in the study of theatre and performance. His past published and produced work includes playwriting, fiction, non-fiction, poetry, criticism, and scholarship.
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