Morgan and Roman have collaborated on numerous storytelling-based arts projects in schools and communities throughout the world and tailor concerts, workshops and programmes to the specific needs of each one. Whether it be to address specific units of enquiry in the curriculum through the performance of world folktales or the creation of a community art installation/event, they are happy to work with all ages and abilities to promote tolerance, multiple literacies and international mindedness through the arts.
Preschools and Early Primary Students
Concerts on offer include a 30 minute Storytime tailored to your requirements or a 30-40 minute musical concert highlighting songs from our CD The Koala Went Cooee, about Australia’s unique fauna. The CD has an accompanying ebook with activities, stories and pictures.
Elementary and Middle School Students
Performances of World Folktales as a springboard for discussing ideas, values and concepts. Up to 4 sessions per day.
A one day Visual Arts Project promoting environmental awareness.
Middle and High School Students
An exploration of identity through the study and creation of contemporary art.
Professional Development for Preschool and Primary Teachers on the use of Storytelling in the classroom.
A talk about issues raised in Morgan’s novels written for young adults, including International Mindedness, ethical travelling, cultural differences, bi-lingualism, colonialism, human trafficking and third culture kids.
International Referees: Kathryn Concannon IS Geneva, Meg Sutcliffe IS Rheintal, Switzerland, Robert Taylor, International Prep School, Lisbon, Portugal, Daniel Green, Hyundai Foreign School, Ulsan, South Korea, Grace Shin North London Collegiate School Jeju Island, South Korea.