Showing 5 results for tag Storytelling

Consider This with Jelly Helm and Nataki Garrett

Join us on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, for a conversation about storytelling and yearning with Nataki Garrett, artistic director of Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and Jelly Helm, founder of the branding agency Studio Jelly. We’ll talk about how stories shape culture in advertising and theater alike. This program is part of our 2022 Consider This series, American Dreams, American Myths, American Hopes.

Doors will open at 6:00 p.m, and the event will begin at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $15. Click here to purchase a ticket.

No-cost tickets are also available for this event. Click here to register for a no-cost ticket.

Event | June 8, 2022

Consider This with Nataki Garrett and Jelly Helm

Join us on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, for a conversation about how stories shape culture in advertising and theater alike.

Consider This | May 6, 2022

Consider This with David F. Walker and Douglas Wolk

A conversation about comics and how comic books—especially superhero comics—have embodied the hopes and fantasies of many Americans and come to comprise a uniquely American mythology.

Consider This | January 6, 2022

Community Storytelling Fellowship

The Community Storytelling Fellowship supports storytellers working in any medium—written journalism, audio, video, comics, photography, and more—in sharing stories from communities they are part of. Three fellowships are awarded each year.

Other Projects | November 2, 2021

The Value of Your Story

Photographer Joe Whittle writes about his experience as a 2019–21 Fields Artist Fellow.

Beyond the Margins | July 22, 2021