About the Artist
Kim tells all types of stories from folktales to epic material, from historical stories to literary pieces. She is most recognized for her autobiographical works and has over fifteen years experience as a storyteller.
Kim has performed her solo shows: “Flying in the dark” and “Raising Stanley, life with Tulia” as well as other material, at venues and festivals in Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto, Victoria, Winnipeg, and more. She is working on a totally on-line version of her one-woman shows, as well as a recording with stories and music. Kim enjoys being a MASC artist for schools and seniors.
I love the questions that come from school kids. How open and curious they are about blindness and also our similarities. I love their thoughtfulness, their engagement, their laughter and creativity.
Identify and describe elements of a story and how they relate to each other; clarify and develop own point of view by examining the ideas of others; develop empathy; listen and react to stories and recount personal experiences.
Person with a Disability, Women+
All ages, Children ages 5 - 11, Children ages 12 - 18, Seniors, Junior Kindergarten, Senior Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12