Jamie Oliviero- storyteller/Teaching Artist

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Jamie Oliviero- Storyteller/Teaching Artist

Box 8 Group 4 R.R. 2 Lorette, MB R0A 0Y0 Canada

      1. jamieo@mts.net

Forty years experience in school residencies and performances, teacher workshops, festival and community performances, radio and t.v. appearances (CBC), published author

Education and Training: Secondary Schooling at Moorestown Friends School, Moorestown, N.J- College/University Schooling beginning at Earlham College, Ind., and finishing with a B.F.A. at Southampton College, N.Y. (1972)
Mime and Improvisation: H.B. Studios, N.Y.

Tony Montanarro, Maine

Music: Private instruction in piano, guitar, flute
Aikido: seven years training at Aikido of Winnipeg
Storytelling: Mentorship under Laura Simms, internationally renowned teller and activist, Dan Yashinsky, co-founder of the Toronto Storytelling School and Festival, and Louise Profeit LeBlanc, member of the Nacho Ny'ak Dan First Nation, and Aboriginal Arts Coordinator for the Canada Council.
1972-1978: One of six founding members of the Arts-in-Education Company of the Performing Arts Foundation of Long Island. Performer and musician for group and solo touring shows and school residencies
1978-1981 Theatre School Director, Manitoba Theatre Workshop
1981 to present: school residencies in Canada, U.S., East Africa, Southeast Asia- festival performances- workshops- three children’s books published by Hyperion Press

Recent Work: Children’s Festivals in Winnipeg, Calgary, Vancouver, Saskatoon- Toronto Storytelling Festival (03&04)- Artsmarts school residencies (B.C.), OSAC (Saskatchewan) school and community tours, long time- participant in the Manitoba Arts Council Artist-in-Schools program. Family Concert Series Winnipeg Symphony- Lead artist Learning Through The Arts, a national school program- performances and workshops at Boca Do Ceu International Storytelling Festival, Sau Paulo , Brazil, the Winnipeg International Storytelling Festival, and at the Sigana International Storytelling in Nairobi, Kenya, school tours in British Columbia through Artstarts-in-Schools; in Mexico, Columbia, Chile, and Argentina (spring of 2013) through Dream On Productions, Argentina

Current Projects: Artist-in-Schools, The Integrated Arts program (St. James), Many Voices, One World(an ongoing community/peace building in initiative)

Jessica Senehi, Co-Director The Arthur Mauro Centre for Peace and Justice, St. Paul’s College, University of Manitoba


Susan Israel, Arts Education Manager Manitoba Arts Council

Alberto Alexander, Director of Dream On Productions, Argentina


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