Cultural Storytelling Festival
Funded by the Alaska Humanities Forum
Saturday February 3, 2018

BP Energy Center
This event is free and open to the public. Lunch will be provided.

Be inspired, amused, saddened, and gladdened by amazing individuals of varied backgrounds and experiences.

Dive deeper into the rich cultural diversity of Anchorage through a day of storytelling, with African, African American, Chinese, Filipino, Mexican, Japanese, Alaska Native stories and more!

Internationally renowned storyteller, Diane Ferlatte will join in the celebration, sharing a story that highlights the importance of storytelling and teaches us how to build community through sharing our own stories.

Internationally Renowned Storyteller, Diane Ferlatte

Diane Ferlatte will join in the celebration, sharing a story that highlights the importance of storytelling and teaches us how to build community through sharing our own stories.  

Over the span of one day, you will be inspired, make connections, and gain key tips on the art of storytelling as a communication and community-building tool.

Storytelling at its Best

This event is free and open to the public. Lunch will be provided.

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