This two-day workshop, conducted by Anmol Vellani, will help storytellers to discover the full potential and range of their voice. It will also enable them to explore the possibilities of the spoken word to lend drama, colour and variety to their stories.
In addition, it will equip them to become self-aware and purposeful performers of their stories, able to forge an intimate connection with their audience. Participants will learn not only to enlarge their presence in the space in which they tell their stories but also become more present in the stories they tell.
About the Facilitator:
Anmol Vellani is the founder and former executive director of India Foundation for the Arts, an independent philanthropic organization. He is also the co-founder of Toto Funds the Arts, which nurtures and supports emerging talent in the arts.
Anmol has written on the arts and religion, corporate patronage, arts entrepreneurship, the role of foundations, intercultural dialogue, culture and development, the creative economy and the performing arts, among other subjects.
He has helped to design courses on the arts and management, served as faculty for training workshops in grantmaking, and used theatre methods to conduct creativity workshops. He is an actor trainer and has directed theatre productions in different languages and locations over the last 45 years.