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Sunday Stories Society

January 13, 2020

 

 

Don’t we all love a good story?

We have stories all around us- in the cities we live and the places we make... Aren't we all a part of this story?
When was the last time you paused and listened to these stories around you? The stories of the city... The stories of you and me...

 

3 Cities...

3 Storytellers 

A Promise to meet every Fourth Saturday of the Month

 

The Sunday Stories Society is an initiative by The People Place Project in association with The Secret Passages to further consciousness about our human and environmental habitat through Storytelling where various storytellers will pick a story from the People Called Series book of their own cities. These interactive workshops will allow you to share your own stories and experiences and start a conversation about the cultures, beliefs, initiatives around us.

 

Scheduled for every fourth Sunday of the month, during January we meet on the 26th

 

Meet the Storytellers: 

 

Mumbai: Leaping Windows, Versova with storyteller Geetanjali Shetty Kaul

 

Geetanjali Shetty Kaul has consciously been in education for 23 years. She is a trained professional in Mainstream, Waldorf and Integral Education, a certified NLP trainer from the British Institute. She has completed the Theme based Leadership Program from RCI Berlin in collaboration with TISS.She has run a successful library with over 5000 books / 250 members/bouquet of creative workshops in Pune. She has conducted workshops on Creative thinking, Mindful Parenting, Teenage Circles in Mumbai.

 

Her Certificate Course has over 400 Storytellers /regular meetups and 7 theatre production She is an expert in Organizational Storytelling  Coach, Healer and Founder at *Secret Passages, lessons of life* holding workshops ON MINDFULNESS, on holding safe space for leadership skills, Storytelling as a process to build Character, Pedagogical tools, Circle Works, Storytelling for healing and theatre for resonance.

 

 

 

Kolkata: Tribe Cafe, with storyteller Priyanka Chatterjee

 

 

 

 

 

Priyanka Chatterjee is an International Story Consultant, Drama Coach, Trainer and Educator with special interest in Drama in Facilitation, Storytelling for Social change and Storytelling in Education (SIE). She is an MBA (Gold Medalist) and an alumna of International Institute of Storytelling, Emerson College, UK.

 

She spent a long tenure in Fortune 500 MNCs & leading Indian Media House; but later passion made her leave the comfort & security of the ‘known’ and jump into the unknown. Till date, she has reached 91000+ children and 14000+ adults with her Storytelling and Dramatization Techniques as Branding tool, Pedagogical tool, Therapeutic tool, Communication tool etc.  

 

 

 

Ahmedabad: Grill'd 'n' more with storyteller Yogita Ahuja

 

 

 

Yogita is the Founder-Director of INM Learning Services & its unit- STORYCIRCLE- A Dedicated Centre for Storytelling & Training in Ahmedabad, Gujarat.

 

Storytelling is both her passion and forte and Yogita loves to focus on the application of Storytelling as a medium of communicating values, sharing ideas & knowledge and building capability. She has participated in  National and International Storytelling festivals, Learning Concerts, Corporate & Educational conferences - both as a performer and a facilitator, in the process- building a strong expertise in this area. Her Storytelling venture was recognised for ‘Excellence in Education through Storytelling’ in 2018 by the Mayor of Ahmedabad at 94.3 MY FM Heroes Awards. Dentsu Aegis Network & I Prospect recently selected Yogita as one of the most promising 12 Women Startup Founders in India .

 

 

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The People Place Project is an initiative to chronicle the life and times we live in. Through a lens of people and places, we hope to pin together the narrative of how we have come to be here - our language, our thoughts, our attire, our structures - everything that defines us. The Project will travel through cities of the world to unravel fresh individual narratives that add to the whole. Started in 2014 under the title People Called Mumbai, the project now aims to travel across the prime cities of India and the globe. 

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