The Project Team
folk singer, nationally honored fiddler (riksspelman), composer, project manager, interaction designer.Leader of the folkmusic choir Blaustjyng
folk singer, storyteller,
culture heritage teacher,
folk singer, folk musician,
storyteller, project manager,
Medieval ballad singer with her origins in Småland. Runs, among other things, Balladforum and folk music choirs.
Handcrafter from Skälmershult in Blekinge, who brings storytelling into teaching crafts.
Folksinger, kannel and bagpipe player from Tallinn.Active in several bands from Estonia and Latvia.
Storyteller from Viljandi with over thirty years of experience, who has storytelling concerts for children to adults.
Storyteller from Kuldiga that aims to find old traditional stories to tell to children.
Folksinger and fiddler from Österlen that collaborates with circus and acrobats in the nature.
Folksinger from Malmö, with origin in Hälsingland. Creates singing projects with storytelling and stage performance.
Storyteller and drama pedagogue that learnt her skills from her mother and grandmother.
Growing up among traditional music Agnes, as professional designer, is now exploring digital solutions for traditional storytelling.
In childhood Inita heard folk tales from her brother. She studied Latvian folklore in Latvian Academy of Culture.
Focusing on democracy and education Thalia is now exploring traditional storytelling.
Undine focuses her research on creative digital storytelling merging older and newer prints in time.
The project is run by Folk Practice Academy (NGO)
Folk Practice Academy was founded in 2011 in Ronneby, Sweden, with the aim to create projects about tradition, culture heritage, performance and community creativity around the Baltic Sea. The association has been the manager of Baltic Sea Inter Cult, Basic - Folk & Tradition, A Cappella South Sweden - Young Singers, Sjung oss in (integration choir) and are currently managing Rappskall, Blaustjyng, Teater Kontur and the Kuldrum project.contact: firstname.lastname@example.org@gmail.com, +46-739-880011
Funded by Nordic Culture Point
KULDRUM - storytelling project
Sponsored by Nordic Culture Pointwww.nordiskkulturkontakt.org
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