Presented in partnership with Open Space Contemporary Arts (OSCA), join Diego Bonetto at Carclew on Tuesday 7 November for an intimate masterclass on The art of storytelling: the setting, the challenge and the empowering moment.
Diego Bonetto is an artist, activist, performer and educator, but above all he is a consummate storyteller. He builds confidence and connections while stitching together ancient and universal cultural relationships to land with the everyday that lies under our feet.
By learning about plants, Diego offers to his audience the chance to discover genetic memories, and experience new landscapes of identity and care.
In a three-hour workshop Diego will cover his journey, from farm boy in a little village in Italy, to public speaker, wild food educator and media personality who has worked with some of the best cultural practitioners of Australia.
It is all in the story; how you tell it and how you make people care. Diego will present and workshop aspects of method, context, narrative and structure.
Participants are asked to bring their own one-page story that they wish to present and discuss in the workshop.
Diego believes that artists have the great task now to create and narrate new stories that will enable modern society to adapt to the shifting paradigms of climatic change, food security, the widening economic gap between rich and poor and importantly, the crisis of belonging.
Diego Bonetto Masterclass
Date: Tuesday 7 November 2017
Location: Carclew Ballroom, 11 Jeffcott Street, North Adelaide
Tickets: $20 concession (26 years and younger) , $40 (older than 26 years)
Carclew supports the participation of early-career artists under 26 years to participate in this workshop at a reduced price.
Tickets are limited. Bookings are essential.