Stories of Influence

‘Stories of influence fosters storytelling in multiple forms, weaving over three days and two nights into an overall message of country and community whose aim might be as large or as small as asking us to create new ways of being as Australians’.

Stories of Influence, 2019
05 Apr 19
Blackfella. Whitefella.

One off performance by Jan ‘Yarn’ Wositzky. Thursday 11th April, 2019. 7.30 at Lake Tyer...

28 Mar 19
Save the date!

October 18th – 20th, 2019 @Lake Tyers Beach Hall. Presenters so far – Lynne Kelly of The...

Stories of Influence, Past Years
November 6, 2017

The art of storytelling

In my annual visit to Edinburgh one of my favourite outings is taking my grandson to the John Knox, Story telling Centre. To the children’s storytelling sessions that often include music and making things.  Ideas shape the way we see the world and our place in it. So I love the way story-telling is a […]

Stories of influence
September 4, 2017

Continuing conversations with writers and thinkers

Hidden histories is the theme of this year’s Stories on the hill @nowa nowa hall.  Mid-day 21st October to mid-day 22nd October, 2017. Histories stored in letters, diaries, oral histories or silently in hearts and memories.  This is our third year creating a forum for writers and performers keen to both share their work and […]

Stories of influence
November 2, 2016

Old stories gave new insights

Old stories known only to a few were shared on Saturday, October 22nd by Wayne Thorpe, Bruce Pascoe, Graham Sheil and in the evening by Jan Wositzky –leading to new insights as their contribution to Stories on the hill @ Nowa Nowa Hall. Hosted by Centre for Rural Communities and East Gippsland Network of Neighbourhood […]

Stories of influence