World Storytelling Day at Tortuga Gallery, Albuquerque
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World Storytelling Day

Friday March 29, 2019

901 Edith Blvd SE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
US

Phone: 505-506-0820
Website: Click to Visit

Cost:

$10

Ages:

13+

Contact:

George Williams

Phone: 5053622265

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The Storytellers of N.M. host a day in which storytellers from around the world unite to showcase the power of live storytelling, with this year's theme "Myths, Legends and Epics."

World Storytelling Day is a yearly event where Storytellers from around the world unite to showcase the power of live storytelling. The Storytellers of New Mexico, a member organization of the National Storytelling Network, will will be presenting a special World Storytelling Day program at Albuquerque's Tortuga Art Gallery on 3/29/19. 

The theme of of the 2019 World Storytelling Day in “Myths, Legends, & Epics,” Five STNM Members will be telling at the event.

 

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An Epic Good Time

Sometimes, people just make things up. It has been going on around the world since the advent of language and its popularity has only wavered slightly one time in human history (during that slight uptick in reality TV show production last decade). Storytellers Juba Addison, Elaine Muray, George Williams, Jude Tripp and Liz Mangual continue the tradition on Friday, March 29 for World Storytelling Day, as they spin through this year’s theme "Myths, Legends and Epics” at Tortuga (901 Edith Blvd SE). Organizers recommend the show for ages 12 and up. It’s $10 at the door and the stories begin at 7pm. For more information, see storytellersofnewmexico.org.

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