Storyteller Ivanir Sibylla Hasson
The shoemaker who loved to sing. Grandma Golde Sheer came from a Jewish settlement in Lithuania, she immigrated to Norway at the beginning of 1900 and was deported to Auswisch in 1942 where she immediately was executed 82 years old. Golde Sceer was a storyteller and she often told of the everyday life in the Lithuanian Jewish Stetl to her children and grandchildren, luckily her granddaughter Eva Scheer wrote down her story and some of the stories she told, stories full of wisdom. The shoemaker who loved to sing was one of these wonderful stories.
Ivanir Sibylla Hasson is a Nordic storyteller living on a small farm in the Norwegian mountains. The connection to the mountain and nature are important sources of inspiration for her creative activities. She is working in the Nordic region and Internationally both as a professional storyteller and a creative storytelling teacher. In addition to being a performing artist and the artistic leader of the theatre Circus Sibylla, she is Chair of Nordic ALBA Norway (The Nordic Applied Storytelling Association) and a board member of Tellers Without Borders International.
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