Story Lab begins new season

T or C Story Lab is about to start it’s 2023-24 season.

T or C Story Lab returns October 8th with its third season of curated stories by the community for the community. This inaugural kick off brings a very special RE-DUX edition with some crowd favorites from our previous two seasons. Each Second Sunday (October-March), Story Lab brings community-building and literacy to rural New Mexicans, all in the beautiful setting of the historic El Cortez Theater on Main Street in Truth or Consequences, NM.

ALWAYS FREE and open to the public. All are welcome.

El Cortez Theater

415 Main Street

Truth or Consequences, NM

Each Second Sunday

Six Storytellers

1-2 pm 

Free

We warmly encourage storytellers for future Story Labs. Email TorCStoryLab@gmail.com for more details or to participate.

MISSION

Our mission is to educate, inspire and build community through the artful craft of storytelling. We believe listening to stories widens our perspectives and helps us realize what we have in common; ultimately, our community becomes richer and stronger when we share our stories.

We hold monthly gatherings featuring stories by the community for the community. Our creative team curates six storytellers to provide an enriching, diverse, and professional experience for participants and audience alike. Storytellers are supported through educational material, practice sessions, and coaching. Follow us on Instagram or Facebook @TorCStoryLab or reach us at TorCStoryLab@gmail.com.

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John Johanek
John Johanek

John Johanek spent 40 years in publishing including four years as art director for Popular Mechanics in New York. He then founded his own design consulting firm with clients worldwide. His firm earned the highest awards in magazine design excellence. He’s written numerous articles on the fine points of magazine design in leading industry magazines and presented hundreds of design seminars and workshops for major trade conferences, publishing organizations and private publishers stateside and internationally. He and his wife Durrae have authored two books on Montana (his home state): Montana Behind the Scenes and Montana Folks. For the past several years John has pursued his passion for art and now he and Durrae operate Zia Gallery in Truth or Consequences to showcase their work. He is a member of the board of directors of the Sierra County Public-Interest Journalism Project.

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