Bring storytelling to your computer.
Besides Story Crossroads virtual events, check out recommended professional storytellers who offer virtual classroom and school visits at the bottom. Explore websites, blogs, and Facebook groups that provide virtual opportunities.
Virtual Opportunities Coming Up by Story Crossroads
- All Things Story Virtual Workshop Series, professional development/continued education credit, various story-related topics, next ones on Tuesday, October 6, 2020, 7:00pm-8:30pm MDT and Saturday, November 7, 2020, 9:00am-10:30am MDT
- Proper-Distanced House Concerts with Recording option afterwards, first recordings to be released October 1, 2020
Virtual Storytelling by Story Crossroads, Links to Watch
- Story Crossroads Spectacular, 5-video Playlist on YouTube
- The Big Why Panel: Historical Storytelling Meets Humanities
YouTube = https://tinyurl.com/YouTube-TheBigWhy
Facebook = https://tinyurl.com/Facebook-TheBigWhy
See archived Utah Storytelling Events Email List that has been adapted as Virtual & Limited-Sized/Proper-Distanced here.
What about Virtual Classroom or School Visits?
We know many professional storytellers who can work through Google, Zoom, or many other platforms to have a customized and almost-live experience of storytelling.
Baba the Storyteller:
We can consult with you on other storytellers and possibilities. Email email@example.com.
What about Websites, Blogs, and Facebook Groups with Virtual Storytelling?
Certain groups met the need of virtual performances of storytelling as well as workshops. Here are some of our favorites.
Northeast Storytelling – Online Storytelling – storytellers can also announce/share events here
Virtual Storytelling Shows – Facebook Group, postings every day, works great for last-minute need for a show
The Stories We Fall For (Virtual Storytelling Shows in October) – run by Nick Baskerville, links provided and listed chronologically
What if I want to donate and/or apply to the Storyteller Relief Fund due to COVID-19?
Another way is to go to the homepage of the National Storytelling Network. The top of the home page says “Make a donation.” You put in an amount and then you will see this a little bit down: