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Forbidden Love is a new oral storytelling project with a focus on true stories about relationships, in all their forms: unlikely friendships, connections to place and things, heartbreak, distance, passion, and family tradition.
Sisonke Msimang, Ron Bradfield Jnr, Colin Archibald, and Kylie Bracknell share personal stories in the context of recent events around the world and the BLM movement.
Centre for Stories is looking for people who have been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic to share their story.
Todd has been teaching ballroom dancing to kids for thirty years now. He speaks about getting more men to dance, teaching reluctant students, and the Wiggles.
Yamina Hofer is a fusion dancer who travels the world and mixes all the styles she learns, from ballet to flamenco to African samba. She speaks to us about Cape Verde, using dance to transcend her emotions and how she accidentally ended up performing at the Rio carnival.
A collaboration to bring stories to new audiences and to foster connections between Perth and the Indian Ocean region.
Emily Sun is a long-time emerging poet and writer. Emily has had various works published in anthologies and journals over the years, including Mascara Literary Review, Cordite Poetry Review, Australian…
The Centre for Stories is seeking volunteers to assist with our Backstories one-day festival in March 2020. Supported by DLGSCI and Healthway.
Backstories is stories in our suburbs. It's free, welcoming, and happening on Saturday, 14 March. Supported by DLGSCI and Healthway.
"It’s just that, for a certain type of kid, growing up in a certain type of place. You need to fight, and you need to muscle, and you need to make noise in order to be heard."
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