W O R K S H O P S
The Womanity Project use Storytelling and Improvisation to understand stigma, develop empathy, and create change. We help you and your organization develop socially responsible learning environments in which leadership and power are defined by collaboration, inclusion, respect, personal and cultural growth.
The way we work with organizations is simple. We start by having a conversation with you to understand your different needs and questions. From there, we collaborate to design workshops that work for you.
We accommodate all types of groups: from a one-on-one conversations to a much larger ensemble.
We consider the group as an ensemble, offering people the opportunity and the stage they need to share and perform their stories.
We develop the skills you need: from active listening, leadership development, empathy, collaboration and inclusiveness to creative and critical thinking, curiosity, presence, public speaking and storytelling.
We develop learning that lasts: Improvising creates learning that lasts because it creates a memorable personal experience with others. Yes it is ambitious... And, trust, it works.
womanity signature workshop: become your whole self
In this two-hour session, we will improvise around identity. Through a series of Improv and storytelling activities, you will explore who you are and declare who you want to become in front of the camera.
The Womanity Project’s Team will welcome you in our oasis in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn.
Right away, we will “break the ice”. You will interact with your group as a theater ensemble and be guided into a fun presentation exercise.
From there, we will invite you to perform in a series of improv activities. You will have the opportunity to be creative, play and reflect on your identity.
You will then tell your story in front of our camera and create your change!
You’ll end your workshop with refreshments and your one-minute Womanity video on your phone!
Price per person: $50
intensive womanity storytelling workshop:creaty your story
In this multi-touch program, you will develop the skills the group needs to grow and find their voice: connectivity, curiosity, critical thinking, empathy and creativity.
We will explore who you are/want to become, explore what you care for, what you want to challenge/transform and help you manifest your story in a scene, a logline or synopsis of your next project that will be read or act out with the group
womanity video interview: create our change
Treat yourself with a one-hour one-to-one immersive and therapeutical conversation in which you will reflect on your identity, your story and how labels empower or limit you. In front of the camera, you will experience how to claim back your power through storytelling and change your world.
You will end up the session with you video interview and you will have the opportunity to share it with others on our platform
healthy work environment
A scaled program (½ day to one day seminar) to deepen NYC mandatory “Anti-harrasment” training.
Through the power of storytelling and improvisation, we help you create a work environment of equality, respect and fairness adapted to your organization and ignite daring conversations around human development, diversity, inclusivity, sexual harassment and mental wellness.
We will identify and raise awareness around people’s reality and unconscious bias, consider the ethical implications of one’s choices and actions, undertake new challenges and develop new skills: how to work collaboratively and inclusively with others, how to develop relationships and become an agent of inclusion.
A multi-touch program to build developmental & inclusive environments and enhance individual leadership skills such as executive presence, public speaking, building relationships, giving feedback/coaching, community organizing.
youth indentity development program
We offer workshops using filmmaking and improv to talk about identities, power and privilege, girls and youth empowerment, sexual education, inclusion and gender bias and give the youth the skills they need to grow and create new narratives through the power of improvisation and imagination.
community organizing, anti-bias and social justice development
Understand how our gender, race and cultural stereotypes impact our lives and how we have the power to impact our community and transform social and cultural norms to create an environment of equality, respect and fairness.