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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
October 13 at 7:00 pm CDT
Pour One Out: Caught In Between hosted by Ada Cheng. Details and registration at: https://bit.ly/AdaCheng1013
NSN Slam and Fringe Dates:November 13- StuffingDecember 11 - Light and includes family show.
All slams feature cash prizes: $100 for first place, $50 for second place, and $25 for third. Watch the NSN link below for registration information.
Wednesday, November 17 at 6:30 - 7:30 pm CST.NOT QUITE: Performance & Dialogue. Event by Renegade Ada Cheng and Ada Cheng is part of the programming for Deerfield Public Library.Free · Online Event.
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.
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
Friday, October 15 at 9:00 am - 3:00 pm CDTKeynote for Immigrants in Our Midst ConferenceFree · Online Event. Event by Renegade Ada Cheng. More details forthcoming.
October 15-31The Scottish International Storytelling Festival invites you to imagine something different, somewhere else, someone else. To look again at ourselves and at the world around us.For the 2021 festival programme we are delighted to present a hybrid series of live and online events, which we hope will do justice to the spirit of our usual festival activity. Details and registration at: https://sisf.online.red61.co.uk/
FEAST FEST: a Celebration of Asian Stories. The live broadcasts are every day at 5pm (MULTI-LINGUAL stream) 7pm (KIDS stream) and 9pm (ADULTS stream) Singapore time (+8 hours GMT) A recording of each day’s session will be available for viewing on the FEAST website by the next day. https://www.feast-story.org/event-4395330/Registration
November 12-13Kentucky Storytelling Conference at Blue Licks State Resort Park.
In-person and partial-virtual registrations available.Event Schedule -- Workshop Descriptions Featured Teller: Paul StricklandWorkshops led by: Judy Baker, Steve Daut, Lee Edgerton,Charlotte Hickam, Teri Lott, Ray Mendenhall, Erin O'Neil,Mike Perry, Paul Strickland, Donna Marie ToddLodging information -- all details on the website now!http://www.kystory.org/conference/intro.shtml
March 10 - 13, 2022City of Denton Texas Storytelling Festival. Be a part of the Texas Storytelling Festival 2022!An application must be submitted in order to participate in the Festival’s • Workshop • Fringe• Liar’s Contest• Story Slam• Original Poetry (our newest category)Deadline: Friday, October 1, 2021.Each set of applications will then go to a committee to make decisions and you will be contacted approximately the 3rd week of October about the selections. We look forward to hearing from you!Click here to fill out applications online.https://tejasstorytelling.com/annual-festival/2022-festival
Tuesdays, September 28 - November 23 at 11:00 am - 12:30 pm EDT
FINDING GOLD IN YOUR STORY Laura Simm's online storytelling course returns. All levels of experience and interest. Iinformation, registration and sliding scale fees write to:firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, October 17 at 2:00 pm EDTDEBUT presents an opportunity to be coached online by Kevin Cordi, Antonio Roche, and Simon Brooks for FREE! To apply send an email to Kevin saying that you want to be coached and why. Tell us a little about your telling experience. Send to email@example.com . Send by Tuesday, September 28.
Saturday, October 30 at 10:00 am to Noon and 1:00 - 2:00 pm CDT Morning workshop "Building Community and Empathy through Storytelling Games" and an afternoon concert by Coral Conant Gilles sponsored by Northlands Storytelling Network. Click Here for details and registration.
Saturday, November 27 at 10:00 am to Noon and 1:00 - 2:00 pm CSTMorning workshop "Moving In and Out of Shadow:Telling the Dark" and an afternoon concert by Loren Niemi and Laura Packer sponsored by Northlands Storytelling Network. Click Here for details and registration.