THE BEANSTALK HOUR
STREAMING ART STORYTIME SERIES
Discover our voices, our art forms and our programs
Welcome to our BEANSTALK HOUR ! A community Art Storytime now offered live streamed online since the beginning of the pandemic 2020
Every other week, a guest teaching artist is sharing with you their art form through the reading a classic tale or an original story.
Rediscover your favorite classic tale interpreted by a mime, a creative bookmaker, a puppeteer, a journalist, an illustrator.
Learn more about their art form!
FInd out about their program on our platform!
Open to all ages !
Not designed for younger than 4 y old
live stream on facebook Brooklyn Beanstalk
October 7th 21st 2020
November 4th- 18th
THE SONG OF 6 BIRDS
Visual artist and librarian June Koffi Gaddy and musician Eleonore Weill interpret a South African tale by Rene Deetlefs
WILD FLOWER: Brooklyn based visual artist Nicole Spencer presents a tale of courage, resilience and self empowerment.
An original story of love and grief for a beloved animal companion by puppeteer Harrison Greene through puppetry Arts, text and music.
LA BALADE DE MAX
A bucolic journey through nature and imagination by French author David Gauthier and illustrator Marie Caudry accompanied by songs from Italian song writer Angelo Branduardi
THE LITTLE GIRL AND THE RIVER
An original tale of initiation to life enchantment by puppeteer Stephanie Larriere interpreted by singer and song writer Biz Strother
THE PRINCE TIGER: match box theater
When a Tiger mother distressed by the murder of her cubs by hunters start to rummage across humans's cities spreading terror and slaughter...how do we de escalate the violence? Find out in this beautiful tale The Tiger Prince by author Chen Jiang Hong inspired by a Chinese medieval legend and adapted through match box puppetry by Stephanie Larriere
WEDNESDAY JUNE 3rd: 2:3opm
Storytime and Mindfulness:
Therapeutic storytelling and integrated meditation with teaching artist and holistic health therapist Karina Tatarova, based on Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good,Very Bad Day by Judith Viorst
Saturday May 16th 11AM
Pan and Apollo music contest
A Greek myth interpreted through CREATIVE BOOK MAKING Workshop with French illustrator Lara Vallance