STNM currently has two regularly occurring monthly Story Crafting nights - one in Albuquerque at a public community space and one in Santa Fe held at members’ homes.
Story Crafting is not a storytelling class, but is a community space for trying out new stories - be it a germ of an idea, a partial story, or completed story that needs a run-through. It is a space to discuss and receive feedback on stories from those in attendance, who can range from seasoned and professional tellers to those just starting out (all with valuable perspectives for providing feedback and discussion!).
You are welcome to take notes while receiving feedback on your story or to formulate your ideas while listening to others. In order to create a safe and supportive space for all tellers, STNM requests, if you are able, that you take notes during another's story by hand. If you need to or would prefer to use a computer or other electronic device to take notes, please let the event's facilitator know when you arrive at the event and we would be happy to work with you to meet your needs.
Albuquerque Story Crafting
Every 1st Monday of the Month
5:30 - 8:30 pm
North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center, Community Room (Note: September’s will be in Room 3)
7521 Carmel Ave. NE Albuquerque, NM 87113
Space is limited to 20. Please RSVP by the prior Friday by emailing Program Coordinator, Elaine Muray
Santa Fe StoryCrafters
The Santa Fe StoryCrafters welcome traditional stories, personal stories, original stories, and stories yet imagined.
Typically one Wednesday a monthly. Check the event calendar for specific dates as they are scheduled.
Rotating members’ homes. Contact the Program Coordinators for details. See below for contact info.