SOMOS Presents the 21st Annual 

TAOS STORYTELLING FESTIVAL

Friday and Saturday, October 9-10, 2020

Schedule

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2020

SOMOS StorySLAM
7:00-8:30 PM

This StorySLAM will feature a variety of outstanding storytellers vying for a chance to join the featured tellers on Saturday night. Our theme is Sacred Land, Water & Sky. Your time limit is 8 minutes. Who will win? Join us and find out.

Admission is $5/member; $8/nonmember. Students 18 and under are free. Call SOMOS at (575) 758-0081.

StorySLAM

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2020

Storytelling Workshop
12:30-3:00 PM

“Seeing Red – Looking Past the Stereotypes.”  The workshop will offer an in-depth look at the issues surrounding cultural appropriation and exploitation in literature and storytelling, led by Gayle Ross, member of the Cherokee Nation from Oklahoma

$25 SOMOS Members/$35 non-members. Students eighteen and under are free...  Call SOMOS at (575) 758-0081.

Limit 25 participants. This workshop will sell out. Buy your tickets now.

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Grand Finale Show
7:00-9:00 PM

Join us for The Taos Storytelling Festival’s big stage show at the Taos Community Auditorium. Our features include Gayle Ross, Pat McCabe, and Cisco Guevara along with the winner of the StorySLAM. This will be an evening of storytelling you’ll long remember.

$15 General Admission

All events will be online via Zoom.  A link will be forwarded to you after you’ve purchased your ticket(s).

Click here to register for the Grand Finale

Open Tues-Fri  12pm-4pm  575.758.0081  108 Civic Plaza Drive

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3225, Taos, NM 87571

THANK YOU TO OUR FUNDERS

SOMOS programs are made possible in part by these organizations: New Mexico Arts • Taos Community Foundation • The McCune Foundation • The National Endowment For The Arts • The Virginia Wellington Cabot Foundation • The Peter And Madeleine Martin Foundation for the Arts • The Santa Fe Community Foundation • Taos County Lodgers Tax • The Richard B. Siegel Foundation • TaosNetLLC for high speed internet service  • LANL (Los Alamos National Labs)  • New Mexico Humanities Council