Storytelling Australia Victoria is in the process of dissolving its incorporated structure. Storytelling will of course continue to thrive in Victoria and we are in the process of envisioning new ways for storytellers and story lovers to connect.
SAV Storytellers in action
On this page we showcase video or audio links to some of our SAV storytellers in action. We will add to the page overtime so please check back regularly. If you are a member and would like to link to a story you've told, please drop us a line.
Durgah Devi Palanisamy
Recorded at the inaugural conference of the Australian Fairy Tale Society ( 2014) ' The Fire Elves' by Olga Earnst a retelling by Teena Hartnett.
SHARK! is based on a true story and given shape in rhyming verse. The reciting of stories in this way once flourished in Australia as a way of entertainment and spreading news. Stories is verse can still be heard in folk festivals and clubs. Most often, the reciters and poets are men (of a certain age) who dress in waistcoats, broad brimmed hats and perhaps sporting flowing beards! Jackie doesn't fit this image but not withstanding, she dabbles in the art!
'Busted' is a personal story about getting caught graffitiing, told live at The Moth in November 2015 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
World Storytelling Day
Anne E. Stewart
Suzanne tells to wee small children at Carlton Readings for World Storytelling Day 2016.
Suzanne Sandow, shared this story in the RAW Garden in 2016
This video is a training resource for playgroup leaders and kindergarten teachers.
This video is a documentary of a Steiner kindergarten with a couple of short stories near the end.