Since 2001, Naomi Steinberg has been working with traditional folk and fairytales in a variety of ways: for entertainment, education, and community engagement in elementary and high schools, universities, conferences, festivals, theatres, forests, etc. Her performances and workshops are for adults, children, and inter-generational groups.
Naomi is deeply committed to exploring the application of storytelling for social change particularly in the context of environmental education. The story she brings to the Precious Frog exhibit was debuted at Vines Performing Arts Festival in Trout Lake.
Before or after Naomi’s storytelling performance, make sure to visit the Precious Frogs exhibition at Science World! Only 15 days left before the exhibition closes on December 15. Consider buying a piece of art to support amphibian conservation. Christmas is just around the corner: help frogs and make your loved ones happy!
If you see a piece of art that you like at the exhibition, here is why you can make it your own: place an online bid to purchase it. The Precious Frog team is running an online Sealed Bid Auction to sell art on display at Science World. The auction closes on Sunday, December 10, 2017 at 11:59pm Pacific Time. For more information on the bid, view the art, and to purchase, visit our online art auction page.
What: The Story of a Precious Frog – A storytelling performance by Naomi Steinberg
When: Saturday, December 2, 2017 from 2:20 pm to 2:50 pm
Where: Science World at TELUS World of Science