​​FROM LEMONS TO LEMONADE:

STORIES ABOUT REHASHING AND REPURPOSING


SEPTEMBER 29, 2017

7 – 9 P.M.

TORTUGA GALLERY

901 Edith Blvd., SE, Albuquerque
tortuga.gallery.abq@gmail.com

As Tortuga hosts a collection of recycled art in a show entitled "Transformations," national teller James Nave (NC and Taos),  African folklorist Sarah "Juba"  Addison (Las Cruces), and actress Lena Armstrong  (ABQ) share their own tales of recycling through life.  Suitable for ages 13 and up. Intermission with Snacks.

 Suggested event donation $5-15.          


JOHANNA AND SCOTT HONGELL DARSEE AUTUMN & WINTER PERFORMANCES


Come to any or all of the following performances by STNM's own Johanna and Scott Hongell Darsee.  Their work is singular and enchanting, turning traditional stories and legends into ballads and song with perfect

musical accompaniment.


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2017 FROM 6:30 - 9:30 P.M.

SECOND SATURDAY COMMUNITY COFFEE HOUSE

Woods End Church, 87, NM 344, Edgewood

http://www.unityemtns.org/coffeehouse1.html


Directions: From Albquerque, Tijeras and parts west: Take I-40 east to Exit 187

(Edgewood Exit).  (You can also take Route 66.)  Turn left (north) onto Highway 344. 

Go under the freeway straight through the stoplight at Church Street, past the

Walmart, and woodsEnd church will be on your left (west side of 344) 1 mile

past the freeway.



THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2017 AT 7:30 P.M.
KAKTUS BREWING CO.
471 S Hill Rd, Bernalillo, NM 87004
http://www.kaktusbrewery.com/


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2017, 6-8 PM
The Placitas Café
221 NM-165, Placitas, NM 87043
(505) 771-1700

placitascafe.blogspot.com/p/menu_12.html 


SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 7.30 PM
Outpost Performance Space
Midwinter Holiday
210 Yale SE, Albuquerque, NM
Presented by AMP Concerts

ampconcerts.org


TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2017, 7 PM
Ocotillo Performing Arts Center
Midwinter Holiday
Presented by Artesia Arts Council
310 W Main St, Artesia, New Mexico 88210
 (575) 746-4212

siteline2.vendini.com/site/artesiaartscouncil.com 

​LYIN' DOG SHOW IN ALBUQUERQUE, 2ND MONDAY OF EACH MONTH!

SEPTEMBER  11th at 7 PM  -  LOOKS CAN BE DECEIVING


​​STNM's own, Kimberly Gotches, Sarah Malone, George Williams, Rick Berg, Nash Jones, Alan Kinner and Kathy Sax are now official members of the Ly'in Dog Repertory Company of Storytellers!  This event is sponsored by our Spoken Arts Partner, the Aux Dog Theater.  The Lyin' Dog provides a delightful evening of storytelling at 7 p.m. on the 2nd Monday of the Month  at the Empire Game Library (3503 Central in Albuquerque's Nob Hill.  Three presenters each tell a ten minute story, followed by questions from the audience to determine which of the three tellers is not telling the truth - which is the "liar!"  At only $5.00 admission, this is a bargain for a fun evening out on the town.  Learn how you, too, can become a storyteller at this event by contacting Barry Simon, 505-254-7716 or email: info@auxdog.com.

 A brief audition is required.  Come early as seating is limited!

​​​​​​​STORYTELLING EVENTS

​See separate page for Story Circles/Crafting.

Scroll down for ROCKY MOUNTAIN  AND TAOS/FARMINGTON FESTIVAL Events.

OCTOBER STORYTELLING FESTIVALS ARE SCHEDULED IN FARMINGTON AND TAOS

BOTH THE SAME WEEKEND OF OCTOBER 13-14, 2017!


Both the TAOS and FARMINGTON storytelling festivals are scheduled the weekend of October 13-14, 2017.


The TAOS Storytelling Festival is sponsored by SOMOS.  This year's headliners are Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer, Andy Offut Irwin, and Taos' own Cisco Guevara.  Winners of the Friday evening Story Slam will join the headliners on stage for the Saturday night show, Stars Shine Bright.  Andy Offut Irwin is the renowned whistler and delightful storyteller with original tales about his Aunt Marguerite.  Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer specializes in awareness development and attitude change, helping people see the poetry in their own lives.  Cisco Guevara delights audiences year after year as Taos' own raconteur, with tales of his years as a river runner and guide.  STNM will again host a story swap on Saturday, the 14th at the SOMOS storefront venue.  For festival details, go to:  Taos Storytelling Festival.


The Four Corners Storytelling Festival is sponsored by the City of Farmington and the Farmington Public Library.  This stellar festival is held in two venues: Outdoor tests are set up during both Friday and Saturday in Berg Park, along the banks of the Animas River, while evening concerts are held at the historic Totah Theater.  This year's headline storytellers include:  Kim Weitkamp, Doug Elliott, Sam Payne, Michael Reno Harrell and Lyn Ford.  STNM members emcee on Saturday.  

ROCKY MOUNTAIN & STORYTELLERS OF NEW MEXICO STORY CAMP      SEPTEMBER 15-17, 2017 AT RAINBOW CAMP, SOUTHERN COLORADO

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN - LIMITED TO FIRST 18 APPLICANTS!
Rocky Mountain Storytelling and Storytellers of 
New Mexico Story Camp Experience 2017
LOVE STORIES?   YOU'LL LOVE STORY CAMP!

Friday, Sept. 15, Saturday, Sept. 16 and Sunday, Sept. 17
5:30 pm on Friday to noonish on Sunday
Rainbow Trail Lutheran Camp
Near Hillside, CO

Workshops: Finding & Respecting the Nugget with Denis Gessing (CO) & Diving into Your Inner Resources with Matilde Machiavello (NM)
A weekend filled with story, story talk and networking.

The Schedule, What to Bring, Registration and ONLINE PAYMENT are available on the RMS website:
http://rmstory.org/events/story-camp/
Registration is limited to 18; Register early by 8/31/17 (you also get a price reduction!)


Click here for: Information/Directions .  

Registration payment must be made online as indicated above.


QUESTIONS?  CONTACT SARAH AT: sarahmalone1949@gmail.com

DOUBLE HELIX:

THE INTERTWINED BRAID OF PLOT AND "VOICE" IN STORIES AND POEMS

A workshop with Loren Niemi


Saturday, December 2nd - 10 am - 3:30 pm (with lunch break)
optional public performance at 5 pm


SPONSORED BY JULES' POETRY PLAYHOUSE IN ALBUQUERQUE 

A hands-on approach to using the “paired DNA” of stories in a five hour session taught by Storyteller/Poet Loren Niemi that explores ten elegant and useful PLOT forms that can transform how you write or tell stories and the critical choices of “VOICE” – First person, Second, Third Person in Past or Present tense - that will help you craft better stories and narrative poems of all kinds.
 
 This workshop includes a copy of Loren's award winning “The New Book of Plots” for each participant.

When: Saturday, Dec 2, 1917 from 10 AM – 12:30 PM (lunch break) and continued 1:30 -3:30 PM with a participant “Happy Hour” reading open to the public at 5:00 PM
Cost: $50 (includes book!)
limit 12 students

TELLABRATION - NOVEMBER 18, 2017

VERY SPECIAL ARTS, NORTH 4TH STREET THEATER, 6-9 P. M.

Mark your calendars now for the 2017 TELLABRATION scheduled at Very Special Arts on North 4th St.  in Albuquerque from 7-9 p.m.  

Featured Storytellers:  Loren Nieme, Regina Ress and Nash Jones.

Thanks to Bob Kanegis and Liz Mangual for coordinating this annual event.


TELLABRATION - LAS CRUCES

Watch this site for information on a Tellabration event in November in Las Cruces, New Mexico.