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Events are listed in chronological order. More State and NSN event information is on the Resource Links page. The web links have been modified for space. The embedded link will take you to the correct website if you click on it. If you would like to submit an event for posting, email the office at: firstname.lastname@example.org
August 20, 21, 25, 27 at the Indy FringeHow Do You Read Me?
Loren Niemi and Howard Lieberman will be presenting “How Do You Read Me?” their exploration of how we come to claim who we are in the midst of assumptions and prejudices at the Indy Fringe.
Friday, September 2 at 8 AM
Docor Buzz's Minnesota State Fair Odyssey. Butterhead sculptures, seed crop art, Stiehen’s carny store, Ye Olde MIll, food on a stick, and more. Crafts, animal barns, gizmo demonstrations, and of course, the great swirl of populace come for the great MN Get-together. Tour $10 plus State Fair Ticket price. Link: https://americanschoolofstorytelling.com/event/doctor-buzzs-state-fair-odyssey/
Wednesday, September 14 at 7:00 - 8:30 pm CTPour One Out: A Love Letter hosted by Ada Cheng at the Volumes Bookcafe, 1373 N. Milwaukee, Chicago
Thursday, September 22 at 7:00 - 9:00 pm CTGhost Swap with host Robin Nott. Swaps are a time to gather and share our favorite stories with our storytelling friends both tellers and listeners. As time is limited, names will be drawn at random from those interested in telling a tale. Free. Link: https://www.northlands.net/events/swap/
Thursday, November 17 at 7:00 - 9:00 pm CTGhost Swap with host Gwen Calvetti. Swaps are a time to gather and share our favorite stories with our storytelling friends both tellers and listeners. As time is limited, names will be drawn at random from those interested in telling a tale. Free. Link: https://www.northlands.net/events/swap/
Worldwide Virtual Storytelling Guild.
We invite you to the Worldwide Virtual Storytelling Guild sponsored and hosted by Northeast Storytelling. The entire guild is live online and we welcome participants from all over the world. We meet three times monthly. Link: https://www.nestorytelling.org/virtual-storytelling-guild/
storyflix: a world of stories.
Collecting stories from around the world in a variety of languages. Link for more information and submission: https://storyflix.org/
Fourth Tuesday of the Month at 7:00 pm CTSAM Story Circles are a fun, friendly, and accepting way to share a tale. Free (donations welcome). Link: https://www.storyartsmn.org/
First Friday of the Month at 2:00 - 3:00 pm ET with Story Crossroads Discord informal conversation facilitated by Rachel Hedman. Free. Link: http://storycrossroads.org/Discord
Kentucky Storytelling Association 2nd Mondays at 8:00 - 9:30 pm ETStory Circle via ZoomCome tell or come only to listen. All are welcome. Request link: email@example.com
A Podcast with Stories produced by Rachel Ann Harding. All the fairytales you could want from the best Storytellers in the world. StoryStoryPodcast.com
Stories in Living Color Storytellers working together learning about race, unlearning racism, and discrimination.
Produced monthly by the Storytelling Association of California. www.storysaac.org/stories-in-living-color
Michigan Storytelling Organizationwww.michiganstorytelling.orgIncludes a listing of storytelling guilds, festivals and events throughout the state of Michigan. Email submissions to: Judy@JudySima.com by the 15th of the month.
First Saturday of the Month at 7:00 pm CT on Zoom
Traditions and Truth - a virtual open mic for folktales, fairy tales, and personal stories. Evening includes an open mic along with a featured teller. RSVP/Request to tell - email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Story Crossroads produces a monthly series to learn and develop storytelling skills in all areas - professional, performance, and applied. Check out this exciting and informative link.
NEST - ASST Calendarhttps://nestorytelling.z2systems.com
OUR PURPOSE: To promote the development and appreciation of storytelling in the Northeast as a vehicle for entertainment, communication, education, personal expression, healing, and change.OUR MISSION: To provide education, advocacy, opportunities, and support to storytellers, story listeners, and story lovers throughout the Northeast.OUR VISION: A world in which all people value the power of storytelling to connect, inspire, and instill respect.OUR VALUES: Authentic, creative, transformational, optimistic, inclusive, professional, inspiring
Storytelling by and forAdults. An optional theme for stories in this series in 2021 is "An important conversation."
If you have NOT attended a "Storytelling by and for Adults" session in the past -- to receive the Zoom link via email, please send an email request email@example.com
Sundays, 26 June to 28 August,7pm-9pm India time /9:30am-11:30am Canada and USA Eastern time via ZoomWorld Storytelling Institute's 10-session Storytelling Workshop for Adults with facilitator Dr. Eric Miller. Workshop fee is 10,000 Indian rupees / $130 USA dollars. Link: https://storytellinginstitute.org/22.html
Two 4-part Sessions beginning: Saturday, August 6 and Saturday, November 12 at 1:00 - 2:30 pm CT
Once Upon a Time: Fairy Tale Writing with Anca Szilagyi. In this four-part seminar, delve into the genre of fairy tales—reading and dissecting modern retellings before sharing and workshopping a draft of your own. Cost: $225. For more information of dates and registration, link: https://bit.ly/38GBEsx
Tuesdays, September 6 - November 8 at 5:00 - 7:00 pm EST
Storytelling Alone Together with Laura Simms. A fourth series of committed communal time working alone together on whatever one has wanted to complete, begin or take further. Sliding Scale fee. Email Laura at firstname.lastname@example.org
Six Saturday mornings beginning October 1A Masterclass Writing Workshop with Minton Sparks! Limited to 10 writers who want to take a deep dive into an emerging story. Email Minton at email@example.com
Saturdays, October 15 - December 3 at 11:00 am - 1:00 pm ESTThe Great Story Immersion. Six session collaborative immersion into a symbolic rich relevant tale from the Japanese Shinto Myth of The Kojiki. Limited to 10 with sliding scale. Email Laura Simms at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fridays, November 4,11,18 and December 2,9,16 and January 6, 2023Finding Gold with Laura Simms. Limited to ten. All levels of experience and commitment - for storytellers, writers, healers, educators, and those who realize the power of engagement in our world. Sliding scale. Email Laura at email@example.com