European AND INTERNATIONAL NETWORKS
ENST – European Network of Storytelling Towns
ENST – European Network of Storytelling Towns- is composed by four partners coming from Spain, Italy, Slovakia and France, are united with the ambition to create an European Network of Storytelling Towns.
More than a designation, this network aspire to encourage the networking of actors participating on keeping oral tradition be alive in Europe. The enhancement of the European oral heritage, the circulation of national heritages between countries, the improvement of storytelling artists’ trainning, the widening of the audiences having access to storytelling, are therefore substantial to the creation of this network.
The European Network of Storytelling Towns is a project supported by Creative Europe and led by the Seminario de Literatura Infantil y Juvenil (SLIJ) of Guadalajara, in Spain. The University of Bratislava, in Slovakia, the Fondazione per legerre in Italy and La Maison du Conte, in France are partners of this project.
The Federation of European Storytelling (FEST) is an international collaboration between associations and projects devoted to the perpetuation and advancement of live oral storytelling, live oral telling of stories, engaging directly with listeners. The network FEST work together to promote storytelling, through the values of tradition, languages and culture.