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Tejas Storytelling Association
We are a membership-based non-profit organization that supports storytellers and story listeners of all ages as well as storytelling guilds and organizations while bringing storytelling to this community, area, state, and region through our opportunities for storytelling performances, educational workshops, storytelling events, our annual Texas Storytelling Festival, and our bi-annual Tejas Storytelling Conference.
We welcome you to become a part of our storytelling community to listen and love stories as well as grow, enrich, develop and master your storytelling knowledge, skills, and abilities with us.
Mark Your Calendar
November 21, 2020
Tejas Tellabration! – Virtual Online via Zoom
The Tejas Storytelling Association is proud to announce an online storytelling TEJAS TELLABRATION!™. We will join with storytellers from around the world to share in Paw Paw Pinkerton’s vision and present our Tellebration! storytelling concert. Join storytellers from our Tejas Storytelling Association member guilds on Saturday, November 21 at 7:00 pm Central Time. It is a two-hour event, and IT IS FREE TO THE PUBLIC! Information about the storytellers, the Zoom online link, and more to come here and/or our social media.
March 11-14, 2021
2021 Texas Storytelling Festival
Tejas Storytelling Association’s Statement on Social Justice
In accordance with Section 1:02 of the By-Laws of the Tejas Storytelling Association, we are committed to seeking out and encouraging audiences and storytellers from diverse backgrounds including, but not limited to, age, race, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, physical challenges, and expertise.
In the wake of the current climate of social unrest and in support of Black Lives Matter, we firmly recommit our organization to equality, fairness, and justice for all.
Tejas Storytelling Association would like to thank the following donors who contributed towards our website redesign: Peggy Capps, Elizabeth Ellis, Barbara Fisher, Connie Neil Fisher, Genie Hammel, Traphene Hickman, Dolores Hydock, Yvonne Healy, Valerie Kimble, Granville Ott, Reba Ott, North Texas Book Festival, Jere Pfister, Sheila Starks Phillips, Dr. Nancy Self and Gary Whitaker.