An affiliate of the National Storytelling Network. Link to NSN
"Tell it! Move it!," a master class with Robert Kikuchi Yngojo, (Eth-Noh-Tec) February 7th, 1-4pm
Room 217, Salvation Army Kroc Center, 6605 University Avenue, $25.
Link to registration information Eth-Noh-Tec website
5th Annual San Diego Storytelling Festival, Saturday, March 21st, 2015, Encinitas Library, 10:00am-6:00pmBest FREE Southern California Storytelling Festival for children, families and adults returns to the Encinitas Library, 540 Cornish Dr, Encinitas. information: Marilyn McPhie: email Phone: (858) 484-1325 Link to 2015 program
This FREE event is supported by donations from individuals, businesses, and local government. Please donate. Click the PayPal button to contribute. You do not need to be a member of PayPal to contribute.
The Storytellers of San Diego is a non-profit corporation of storytellers and storytelling enthusiasts dedicated to promoting storytelling as an art form in the San Diego areaMembership is open to all storytellers and storytelling enthusiasts, who support the goals of the organization. Link to goals
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4th Annual Storytelling Festival
was a huge success. Thanks to the storytellers, the audience, the
Public Library, and our sponsors. Link to sponsor list
SSD WIKI no longer exists.
Organizational information is available on the Organize page link
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- To increase awareness of and appreciation for storytelling as an art form in a variety of settings: entertainment venues, educational institutions, heath care facilities, community organizations, non-profit organizations and for profit businesses.
- To provide opportunities for participation in storytelling for all children and adults, from beginners to professionals, through classes, workshops, story swaps, concerts and storytelling festivals.
- To encourage the use of
storytelling to bring together diverse
populations in the community and promote cross-cultural understanding.
- To serve as a source of
information on the art of storytelling
and storytelling events in the San Diego area.