Using poetry and storytelling, we will identify our individual and collective ambitions, with each person making a coat of arms to celebrate Who are you? Who are we? What do we stand for? Climate change, equality, the rise of under-represented people – the world is going through an enormous transformation right now. It is a time for us all to lend our voices and experiences to the tapestry of tales that is the current global conversation.
In this workshop, we will touch on themes of identity and representation and discuss how the individual is part of the wider community and what that community stands for.
Using poetry and storytelling, we will identify our individual and collective ambitions, with each person making a coat of arms to celebrate who they are and their hopes for our future.
This workshop is led by Tanya Akrofi, a writer and storyteller from Brighton. She runs storytelling and creative writing workshops in Lincolnshire, for adults and children and is on a crusade to share the transformative power of storytelling with the world.
Our family workshops taking place every Saturday throughout October, and invites families to play, learn and be creative. All workshops are free and will explore a range of practices delivered by local artists from across Lincolnshire.
All workshops are suitable for ages 4+. Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times.