• Telling Your Story

    How do you tell people about your story?

    Humans have been telling stories for as long as we have been able to communicate. From early cave drawings to oral stories around the fire. Stories are what bind humanity, allowing us to be connected, nurtured, entertained and educated. Modern technology allows us to share our stories in so many amazing ways – some good, some not so good. Because there is so much out there for us to consume we can actually start to feel disconnected by so much white noise. It can be overwhelming. There is so much information, so many stories, that it becomes hard work to sift through everything. For the person with a story to…

  • Telling Your Story

    Storytellers – Kat Clarke

    How does storytelling fit into your life? Being from the oldest living culture in the world, as a First Nation’s Wotjobaluk woman, storytelling is a part of who my people are and what we represent. Our stories were always orally shared; it’s depicted in our art, song and dance. I am simply continuing this cultural practice so the voices of my people and ancestors can be properly represented and their stories are never forgotten. I do this to provide the stories of my people who are here today, and my own story, knowing that they will become important to our future generations. What is a highlight in your creative career…