As part of our Community Engagement Project with Latin Americans in London and the UK, OWRI-Cross Dynamics: Reshaping Communities, in partnership with Southwark Council, will be holding a FREE storytelling session in Spanish at Canada Water Library on Saturday 1st of September, from 3-4pm.
By supporting and promoting mother/father tongues within minority communities we aim to celebrate linguistic diversity, encourage multilingual education and help to develop understanding, tolerance and dialogue. It is also a chance to explore dynamic and creative ways of community engagement.
The session is free and open to the general public, but designed for families with children up to 8 years old. The storytelling is created and performed by Daniela Hathaway.
Daniela Hathaway was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She studied singing at the Royal Academy of Music in London. As a recitalist Daniela has performed concerts and operas in the UK, Argentina, France and Mexico. Once she moved to Scotland and had a family, Daniela trained as a Colourstrings Music Teacher and Kodaly Instructor. She has worked for NYcos, the RCS and the Scottish Opera. Daniela has had residencies with Platform theatre in Glasgow and MC Opera creating plays for young children and their families. Currently she divides her time between teaching singing in mainstream schools and ASN schools, as well as at the RSNo, and performances for young audiences and care homes in Scotland. More recently, she has developed and perfomed a programme of story sessions in Spanish for families for the Glasgow-based project community project, The Wee Spanish Mobile Library-La Biciteca.
For further information please email María Soledad Montañez.
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Como parte del proyecto, OWRI-Cross Dynamics: Reshaping Communities en asociación con Southwark Council ofreceremos un espectáculo de cuentacuentos gratutito en la biblioteca de Canada Water el sábado 1o de setiembre de 3-4pm.
Al apoyar y fomentar las lenguas maternas/paternas dentro de las comunidades minoritarias, nuestro objetivo es celebrar la diversidad lingüística, incentivar la educación multiligue y ayudar a desarrollar la comprensión, le tolerancia y el diálogo.
La sesión es abierta a todo público, aunque especialmente diseñada para familias con niños menores de 8 años.
La sesión es creada por la artista argentina Daniela Hathaway.
Para más información email María Soledad Montañez.
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