May 10-13, 2021 Festival

Csenge, Bruce, and Cherie

The 6th Annual Story Crossroads Festival is Monday-Thursday, May 10-13, 2021 with Virtual and Proper-Distanced Opportunities. 

Monday we have virtual outreaches and hybrid virtual/proper-distanced professional development training. Tuesday is our series of proper-distanced concerts at the Murray City Park (495 East 5300 South, Murray, UT) that will also be filmed and available to people who bought tickets. Footage will be released later that week no matter if attended live or watching all virtually. Wednesday is our Virtual Field Trip Day through various platforms and then a proper-distanced concert at the South Jordan Community Center (10778 S. Redwood Rd., South Jordan, UT). Finally, Thursday focuses on academic discussions – live and virtual – for the teens and older.

Click here for adaptation plans due to monitoring COVID-19 situation.

See the 2021 featured tellers and story artists so far.  

Order your tickets for the 2021 Festival starting December 1, 2020.

Learn more about the 5-hour Intensive Workshop on “Down the Rabbit Hole: Intensive Research for Storytellers” led by Dr. Csenge Zalka on Monday, May 10, 2021 in Murray, UT with both proper-distanced and virtual options.

You can go to the Academic Discussion “Language of Story” on Thursday, May 13, 2021, which will be on the Hungarian language and culture with venue being determined for proper-distancing and filming possibilities.  Following the Academic Discussion at the same location with a break, there is the Storytelling Concert “The Princess in the Shroud” featuring Csenge Zalka geared ages 10+.

Fliers plus audio and video that can be shared online can be found on our press kit/media coverage page found here though will feature other press releases until closer to April 2021.

Thanks to funding from South Jordan Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts, Western States Arts Federation, Utah Division of Arts and Museums, Utah Humanities, City of Murray, Zoo, Arts & Parks (ZAP), Salt Lake City Arts Council, and 80+ businesses and individuals.