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Where storytelling comes alive!
TSA is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering an appreciation of storytelling as an oral tradition, a performing art, and an educational tool.
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Tarrant Area Guild Storytellers (TAGS) Invites You To: Tejas Storytelling Conference - It’s a Family Reunion: Tales of Kin & Kindred on June 29, 30 & July 1, 2018 at First Methodist Church 800 West 5th Street Fort Worth, Texas 76102
Registration is open. Look and click on Show Details in blue below to the right to see registration pricing and information. Look for the blue button REGISTER in the lower left corner.
Starting on Wednesday, April 11, we will have an Early Bird Rate of $70 for members and $105 for non-members until June 1. Then, we will have regular registration of $90 for members and $125 for non-members until June 27.
Your membership should be current. Use same email that set-up your membership. To check, renew or update your membership, log in to your profile at tsa23.wildapricot.org/Sys/Profile with your email address and password that you used to set-up your membership. Follow actions on your profile screen. Do not know your password? Click to reset your password tsa23.wildapricot.org/Sys/ResetPasswordRequest
If you membership is not up to date, you will not see member discount options.
If you want to enjoy the member discount on admission to the Tejas Storytelling Conference, first join here tsa23.wildapricot.org/Membership
After you join, a link will direct you to conference registration.
Paper registration form is available here.
Registration will close at midnight on Wednesday, June 27, 2018. Registration will be taken at the door, starting on Friday, June 29 at 8 am with $20 increase in price for full conference tickets.
Our speakers will focus on family stories. Workshops, Storytelling Concerts, Fringe Performances, Mad Hatters' T-Party, and Cemetery Telling.
Stay Express Hotel 2000 Beach Street Fort Worth, TX 76109 817-534-4801 and press 0.
(Call for rates and mention “Storytelling Conference.”)
Thursday, June 28, 6 pm at Mexican Inn Café 2700 East Lancaster Fort Worth, TX 76103
Friday Featured Teller
Also joining us in Fort Worth is Pippa White. Pippa has told at Timpanogos Storytelling Conference and at the Kansas Storytelling Festival. She presents historical figures so intimately they are like family. Among her many presentations are “The Story of the Orphan Train”, “Voices from Ellis Island”, “Far As the Eye Can See” this last about the people of the prairie--those who crossed it (the pioneers), those who settled it, (the homesteaders), those who lost it the Native Americans) and those who endured it (the brave people of the Dust Bowl.) www.pippawhiteonecompany.com
Donald Davis, recipient of the Circle of Excellence Award as well as the Lifetime achievement Award from National Storytelling Network, will be here to urge us to craft our own family stories through example, keynote and workshop. Donald is the author of 18 books and more than 40 original recordings. He is also among the most popular figures on today’s storytelling circuit. www.ddavisstoryteller.com
More information at www.tejasstorytelling.com/conference
Tejas Storytelling Association
(If you have never attended the conference before and/or have questions, please call or email us for clarification or support.)