Date(s) - 04/03/2021
9:00 am - 10:00 am
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«Histoires? Raconte!» is an upcoming story-telling workshop facilitated by Sylvain Gagnier, as part of a celebration of Francophonie during the month of March (le Mois de la Francophonie).
About the Facilitator
Gagnier is a French performance artist whose work draws inspiration from the traditional tales and folklore of the orient. In France, he is associated with the Théâtre du Fil, the Compagnie Atelier de l’Orage, the Compagnie Ucorne, and the Théâtre Chaoué. He received the Public Prize in the Nouvelles Ondes Festival, Pantin in 2017 for his show « Translation » adapted from the eponymous story by Nicolas Bouvier.
«Histoires? Raconte!» will showcase tales that unfold in the deserts of Africa. These stories will be interspersed with traditional French songs. Gagnier will engage in a dialogue with participants by inviting them to take part in the story-telling process, with words and gestures.
“The goal of this workshop is to have fun! You will be surprised to learn that you are a storyteller, just like me! Yes, you have all the qualities within you! But perhaps, all this while, you were just ignoring them?” – Sylvain Gagnier
Date: Thursday, 4 March 2021, 2.30 pm – 3.30 pm
Open to students of all age-groups (from current or previous batches) of any Alliance Française in India. It is strongly recommended that students have a minimum level of A2 in order to participate as the workshop will be conducted entirely in French.
Free registration, participation by invitation only.
Limited seats | Registration strictly on the basis of first come, first served
To register, click here: https://forms.gle/Q3WcKWwGdGgvvM3j7. A confirmation will be sent to the registered email address along with a workshop tool kit and a link to join the Zoom meeting.
Entry on the day of the workshop will be granted on the basis of first come, first served as per the number of seats available on Zoom.
To download the workshop toolkit, complete with the programme and song lyrics, click here: « Histoires Raconte ! »_Toolkit
For further queries, write to us at [email protected] with the line Histoires? Raconte! in the email subject.