You Are Invited – Inspirational Digital Audio Storytelling Event – Aboriginal HERstory Month

Reach For The Stars!

Reach For The Stars!

Supported by the First Peoples' Cultural Council

Supported by the First Peoples’ Cultural Council

Digital Audio Storyteller

Digital Audio Storyteller

Once upon a time…a diamond in the rough was born.

She lit up the sky with her smile so bright and wanted to play with slugs and spiders into the night.

She was a jewel in the eyes of her Ancestors’ because she is the last of her Native Blood.

What will happen to the “Favel” legacy?

As she grew up, the modern world was not kind to her Native Spirit. Her sparkle dimmed, her playtime stopped,
and the critters stopped paying her attention.

In order to deal with her grief, she started writing stories furiously until she couldn’t write anymore.

But she was not satisfied with just words written on a piece of paper, as they do not carry the weight of someone’s deepest, darkest, experiences.
Nor, do they showcase the positivity required to overcome adversity and shine.

Therefore…

You’re personally invited to the Digital Audio Storytelling Theatre Premiere…

Of…

“REACH FOR THE STARS”

&

“SPEAKS FROM THE HEART”

Digital Audio Storytelling Event Poster

Presented by: Crystal DJ Kwe Favel

Award-winning Aboriginal DJ & Digital Audio Storyteller (Cree&Metis Nation)

Awards & Accomplishments

2015 & 2014 Aboriginal Arts Development Award – First Peoples’ Cultural Council – Digital Audio Storytelling

2015 Red Sky Performance Scholarship – Indigenous Music Creators Project & Performance

2015 Ehattesaht First Nation Language Revitalization Project – Digital Audio Storytelling

2014 ImagineNATIVE Media Arts Finalist – Radio Category – Digital Audio Storytelling

 

“To introduce digital audio storytelling as another method to preserve our traditional stories and oral tradition.”

*Strong medicine discussed, *Parental guidance encouraged, *Recommended for those who crave inspiration.

Date: Sat June 27, 2015

Time: 1-2pm

Admission: Pay What You Can – Cash or Coinage

Open door policy for At-Risk Youth – Come and go as you please!

Please RVSP (778-985-8155) or crystalfavel@gmail.com

30 seat capacity

Location: Squamish Adventure Centre Theatre

38551 Loggers Lane,

Squamish, BC V8B 0H2

Healing Arts Merchandise Table

Handmade by Crystal DJ Kwe Favel

RAIN SNOW OR SHINE

Cash only – Trade accepted

Supported by the First Peoples' Cultural Council

Supported by the First Peoples’ Cultural Council

We acknowledge the Traditional Territory of the Coast Salish People
and the living & working cultures of
The Mamquam & Squamish
First Nations of BC on Turtle Island.

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