Wondrium's HOW THE N***S LOST THE WAR is one of the best, if not THE best, episodic World War II documentaries I have ever seen. Highly recommend, 10 out of 10.
: On March 13, 1861 - 162 years ago today - Richard Wagner’s opera Tannhäuser was first performed in Paris at the Théâtre Imperial de l'Opéra.
The Paris production of Tannhäuser remains one of the greatest operatic flops of all time: a scheduled ten-performance run that was reduced to three disastrous performances before the opera was withdrawn. Aside from its fabulous gossip value, it’s a story that must be told because it is this Paris version of Tannhäuser – which was such a flop at its premiere - that continues to be the version performed today.…
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We all have a story. As time passes by, we experience things that change our outlook, hope, and drive for the days ahead.
When talking about civic engagement, stories play a huge role in the way we look at humanity as a whole as well as relate to one another. This idea has me thinking, how can we use the tales of the past to make for a better future?
This week on the Trust Your Voice Podcast, I sit down with Civic Renaissance with Alexandra Hudson, Founder of Civic Renaissance and storyteller for Wondrium to discuss how we can all use ancient stories to deepen our understanding of the human condition, inspire more civility, and other ways in which stories are teaching us to be better.
Tune in to this episode of the podcast to reshape the way we tell and interpret stories of all kinds. Click the link in my bio to listen to the full episode!
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SOLD OUT!!! Our Power of Storytelling Summit sold out earlier today... we have been working hard to increase capacity - so if you didn't get your ticket before, you can do so NOW. We do have a capacity limit at 5000 however, so you need to get your tickets right away!!
Check out our amazing speakers and register for tomorrow's event starting at NOON EST (even if you can't join us live, you can get the recording afterwards) Here:
Featuring: Harvey Mansfield of Harvard University, Natalie Haynes: Stand Up Classicist, Anika Freeindeed Prather of Howard University, Philip Freeman of Pepperdine University, Melissa Roxburgh, Julian Treasure, Matthew Mehan of Hillsdale College, Joel Bowman, Caroline Breashears of University of Virginia, and Cesar Balcazar
Hosted by Classical Wisdom Weekly, Alexandra Hudson & Wondrium
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Wondrium je spletna platforma, kjer najdemo tisoče predavanj in dokumentarnih filmov. Gre za zelo kvalitetne in dodelane vsebine z različnih področij, ki jih predstavljajo izbrani strokovnjaki. Ko napišemo, da gre za predavanja, jim delamo krivico, saj so vsebine nadgrajene z odličnimi grafikami, video in fotomateriali - tako je na koncu to vsebinsko bogata in umetniško dodelana poglobljena videastična modrost. Teme in predavatelji so skrbno izbrani in skrčeni na prebavljivo dolžino. Skratka, Rusaalka te dni v Kamniku snema serijo teh predavanj z dr. Noah Charneyem, best seller avtorjem številnih knjig in piscem v uglednih tujih časopisih ter revijah. Noah bo predstavil 12 razlogov, zaradi katerih tekom časa izgubljamo umetnost - kar je strnil pod naslovom Izgubljena umetnost "Lost Art". Kar je posebej zanimivo je, da nekatere vsebine lokalizira - tako bodo gledalci s celega sveta pogosto slišali za Slovenijo in njeno mesto Kamnik
What is the POWER of Storytelling via Photography? From Celebrities to Colombian Prisons Cesar Balcazar tells an amazing story. This Sat Mar 4 @ https://power-of-storytelling.eventbrite.ie
hosted by Classical Wisdom Weekly Alexandra Hudson Wondrium
The new podcast is up, with special guest Alexandra Hudson on her new Wondrium series about Storytelling. Listen, learn, repeat!
This week's was inspired by Barbara Streisand (and her dog Samantha) to explore the hobbies of beloved musicians. From model trains to golf, tennis, dolls, mushrooms, and more: patreon.com/posts/79254734
P.S. There will not be an MHM Podcast available today
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My new televisual series, Storytelling and the Human Condition is available for streaming on Wondrium and Audible NOW!
Enjoy for FREE with my compliments via the link below today!
I just finished the Wondrium course on Hieroglyphs and tried some translating. There's some mistakes but not bad for my first real solo attempt. The source is from the The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
When I was four, I was hit by a truck. Doctors said I might never walk or run normally again.
Viktor Frankl’s story about the human condition—that we can CHOOSE how we respond to circumstance—helped me redeem this trauma & find empowerment through it, a central theme for my new series for Wondrium
Read more at the link in comments!
Photo is of me storytelling to my children ❤️
Growing up, every evening before bedtime my father would tell my brothers and I stories of his childhood. Now, I'm carrying on the tradition. My son, age three, now pleads for a story from mom every evening before bed-and throughout the day as well!
Storytelling is generational, and stories are an inheritance. They are how we keep our memories, tradition, wisdom, and history alive.
Stories also make us more resilient, adaptive, and psychologically flexible.
We're storytelling, and story-listening, animals from day one, and always have been.
You, too, can enjoy this rich inheritance of stories, and revive the tradition of stortelling in vour own family.
It’s appropriate that, on the launch day for my series with Wondrium on storytelling, I spent the morning with my children telling them stories.
I hope that the series, Storytelling and the Human Condition, can help inspire you to do so.
Enjoy it for FREE now in the link in comments!