Sul Ross State University’s KSRU and Departments of Fine Arts, Communication, Languages and Literature are teaming up with Marfa Public Radio to present an evening of live storytelling on Tuesday, April 18, from 7 pm to 8:30 pm in the Sul Ross studio theater.
Students, staff, faculty, and Alpine community members are invited to tell five-minute, real-life, personal stories about the theme: CROSSING THE DIVIDE.
Everyone has a story, and everyone faces divides in their lives—racial, gender, personal, social, cultural, religious, political. This event will give our community a chance to share stories about confronting and crossing these divides.
For inspiration and examples, visit The Moth (https://www.themoth.org), Stoop Storytelling (http://www.stoopstorytelling.com), and Back Fence PDX (http://backfencepdx.com).
Have a five-minute story to tell? Please contact Megan Wilde at miss.megan [at] gmail.com or 432-294-3084 with your idea.