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EXperience BackStory

April 30 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Brave Space KickBack

May 6 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

ALL STARS: ReImagining Winning

May 21 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

  • Support Ex Fabula’s efforts to build community through the art of true, personal storytelling… and enjoy exclusive member benefits! There are five levels of membership, with solo and duo options at each level. (See Benefits Chart under Description tab below for level-specific benefits.)
  • Why should my organization sponsor Ex Fabula?

    Ex Fabula sponsorship will build awareness of your business or community group while demonstrating your commitment to strengthening Milwaukee communities through one of the oldest and most accessible art forms: storytelling. Interested in discussing? Contact us!
  • Work one-on-one with an experienced storytelling coach!
  • These are electronic gift cards. At checkout, please note the following in the customer notes field:
    • name of gift recipient
    • email address of gift recipient
    • preferred date of delivery, if any
    • a special message to include, if any
  • Includes $3 for us to mail to you.
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    StorySlam: ReImagining Self stories of self-love, healing, discovery, grief, reclamation, health, forgiveness, survival, relationships and more!

    *Competitive Date: Thursday, March 25th Time: 6:30pm entry, 7pm stories VIRTUAL

    *ASL INTERPRETATION PROVIDED Event sponsor:

    Bronze Optical Gallery- eye glasses icon88NINE Radio Milwaukee
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    ALL STARS: ReImagining Winning stories of giving it your all, breakthroughs, rock bottoms, rewards, success, luck, taking risks and more!

    *Competitive Date: Friday, May 21st Time: 6:30pm entry, 7pm stories VIRTUAL Event sponsor:

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    EXperience BackStory

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    Celebrate National Poetry Month with us! We're gathering local poets to share the backstories from their best poems. This annual event celebrates storytelling while honoring National Poetry Month. Date: Friday, April 30th Time: 6:30pm entry, 7pm stories VIRTUAL, Tickets are $10, with a pay-it-forward option available.
  • Parents Storytelling Workshop for BIPOC & masc identifying folks

    *Masc/Masculine/ Masculine of Center -set of attributes, society's expectations behavior that are typically associated with men or boys *BIPOC - Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (for this workshop men of color)

    Date: Thursday, February 18th

    Time: 6pm-8pm

    Location: Zoom

    Cost: FREE!

    This series will create Brave spaces to share truths about the parenting experience. These workshops are led by our experienced storytelling coaches. Our team will guide participants through interactive, small group activities. Each session is free and open to the public, and will have a different theme – so attend just one or all. No need to prepare anything in advance.  Zoom entry links will be sent to participants on the day of the workshop, so please register in advance. Note: An affinity space is a brave space where all participants have a common identifier or goal that encourages informal learning.

    -What to expect-

    •   Refine existing stories or create structured stories around the parent experience.
    •   Identify opportunities to tell these stories to racially diverse audiences.
    •   Tell stories one-on-one and in groups.
    •   Feel more confident in storytelling.
    •   Network with a great group of parents
  • Work Storytelling Workshop for BIPOC & femme identifying folks

    *Femme is a term that refers to a queer person whose gender expression is considered to be feminine. It was originally used to distinguish feminine lesbian and bisexual women from butch women, and it is still one of the main uses of the term. It is common for trans and nonbinary individuals to use the term to refer to their identity or expression even if they do not identify as lesbian or bisexual women.[1] *BIPOC- Black, Indigenous and People of Color (for this workshop women of color)

    Date: Thursday, March 4th

    Time: 6pm-8pm

    Location: Zoom

    Cost: FREE!

    This series will create Brave spaces to share truths about the work experience. These workshops are led by our experienced storytelling coaches. Our team will guide participants through interactive, small group activities. Each session is free and open to the public, and will have a different theme – so attend just one or all. No need to prepare anything in advance.  Zoom entry links will be sent to participants on the day of the workshop, so please register in advance. Note: An affinity space is a brave space where all participants have a common identifier or goal that encourages informal learning.

    -What to expect-

    •   Refine existing stories or create structured stories around the work experience.
    •   Identify opportunities to tell these stories to racially diverse audiences.
    •   Tell stories one-on-one and in groups.
    •   Feel more confident in storytelling.
    •   Network with a great group of people
  • Work Storytelling Workshop for BIPOC & masc identifying folks

    *Masc/Masculine/ Masculine of Center -set of attributes, society's expectations behavior that are typically associated with men or boys *BIPOC - Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (for this workshop men of color)

    Date: Thursday, March 18th

    Time: 6pm-8pm

    Location: Zoom

    Cost: FREE!

    *ASL INTERPRETATION PROVIDED This series will create Brave spaces to share truths about the work experience. These workshops are led by our experienced storytelling coaches. Our team will guide participants through interactive, small group activities. Each session is free and open to the public, and will have a different theme – so attend just one or all. No need to prepare anything in advance.  Zoom entry links will be sent to participants on the day of the workshop, so please register in advance. Note: An affinity space is a brave space where all participants have a common identifier or goal that encourages informal learning.

    -What to expect-

    •   Refine existing stories or create structured stories around the work experience.
    •   Identify opportunities to tell these stories to racially diverse audiences.
    •   Tell stories one-on-one and in groups.
    •   Feel more confident in storytelling.
    •   Network with a great group of people
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