Dr. Sarah Dorgbadzi is a theatre artist and a member of the faculty of the School of Performing Arts University of Ghana, Legon, also, the CEO of Lododo Art, a foundation that celebrates and promotes Ghanaian Folk Art. Sarah is a storyteller. She has been involved in reviving and documenting storytelling traditions in various Ghanaian rural communities. Dr. Dorgbadzi has over four hundred folktales and community storytelling sessions documented in audiovisual format for posterity. She has given presentations at both national and international conferences. Her most recent publication is Orality and the Folktale: Reflections on Anansesɛm & its Metaphysical Content.
COURSE CONTENT FOR CLASS:
- Language Proficiency
- Proverbs & Interpretation
Participants will experience Storytelling, Proverbs & Interpretation, and Language proficiency from various Ghanaian cultures including Akan, Ewes, Ga, and Dangbanle.
1 to 9 students will qualify for a Private Class whiles 10 students and above will be in a Group Class.
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