Thursday, September 29, 2016

Omira Bellizzio

Here we are back with new entries around the Storytellers for Peace, who recently created a new video for the International Day of Peace 2016, Imagine.
Today it is the time of Omira Bellizzio, from Venezuela.
She is a poet, writer, storyteller, reading and creative writing entertainer for children and adolescents.
She has a degree in International Studies and radio speaking from the Central University of Venezuela and a Venezuelan Masters in Literature, University of Carabobo.
She is also an university expert in Reading activities graduate of UNED Spain as a Fellow of the Organization of American States (OAS).
She produces and leads the Radial Mircro Poetapop by University Cultural FM 104.5 station of the University of Carabobo.
She is also member of Red International of Storytellers.

Official website: http://es.wix.com/omirabell/omirabellizzio
Blog: http://secretosdeltaller.blogspot.it/



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Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Jozé Sabugo

Another new entry inside the Storytellers for Peace.
José António Soares Figueira, aka Jozé Sabugo, is a storyteller, teacher, stage actor and director from Portugal.
He studied at Berthold Brecht Theatre, Theatre of the Oppressed with Augusto Boal, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Portugal.
He began his career as a professional storyteller in 1995, after creating the project Hora do Conto (Story Time) - animation of books and reading, at Municipal Library of Sintra, in Portugal.
He introduced there for the first time a National Ethnography Congress. One of the tales was counted live for Rádio Renascença.
After studying and doing theater in Brazil, he returns to Portugal and founded the Grupo Acusa Teatro (Group Accuses Theatre).
Since then, he never stopped telling stories, either through oral narration, sometimes by reading in libraries, schools, museums, meetings and festivals.
Besides storytelling, he works regularly in theater as a teacher, producer, programmer, director in the Casa das Cenas - Educação pela Arte (House of scenes - Education through Art), in Sintra.
He is member of the International Storytelling Network.

More: http://horadocontoemsintra.blogspot.com/




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Thursday, September 8, 2016

Sandra Burmeister G.

Here I am to talk about new entries in the Storytellers for Peace.
Today I present you Sandra Burmeister, from Chile.
She is co-host of the radio program for cultural promotion called "Women" in Radio University of Santiago, Chile (Dial 94.5FM), theatrical pedagogist, actress-narrator, writer and public relations officer.
She graduated with honors at the University of the Pacific in Chile, having been formed earlier in theatrical performance with outstanding teachers at the School of Theatre Patricio Achurra and
Eduardo Mujica.
Later, she deepened in teacher specialization Theatre Pedagogy at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile.
In 2015, she published a novel for preteens called "ChapeKa, the orange girl" commercial-free distribution for public libraries purposes.
Currently she investigates, theorizes and reflects on storytelling for the development of people as inspiring agent identity in the culture.

Visit her official Facebook fan page Sandricuentos



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