Writ Large

No matter if you're a storytelling virgin or an accomplished pro, this virtual workshop promises to be inspiring. Here, Alya Howe of Writ Large, Gina Murdock of Lead With Love, and Emily Taylor of ACES talk about a Zoom workshop that begins August 7 and culminates, if you desire, with a storytelling performance in September. 


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Writ Large presented three local storytellers during the KDNK activation at Aspen Art Museum's Abraham Cruzvillegas exhibit on December 14. Writ Large is a live storytelling series curated by Alya Howe as part of Under Alya's Umbrella.

Abraham Cruzvillegas

International artist Abraham Cruzvillegas called from Paris to give some insight into his current exhibition at the Aspen Art Museum. KDNK hosts an activation in the space on Saturday, December 14 from 2pm to 9pm. This will feature a record painting activity and radio abierta in the gallery space, followed by storytellers with Writ Large at 4pm, and a free dance party with DJ Lil' City Market from 7pm to 9pm. Hi, how are you, Gonzo? continues at the Aspen Art Museum through January 26.

Roaring Stories

In early June, six local storytellers took the stage at Carbondale's Rock Bottom Ranch for the second annual Roaring Stories, presented by the Community Office for Resource Efficiency, Writ Large, ACES, and KDNK. The stories they told reflect their thoughts on climate change and when it became real for each of them. This week on Express Yourself, we hear from Annie Worley. Local performing artist Alya Howe is the MC.

Roaring Stories

In early June, six local storytellers took the stage at Rock Bottom Ranch for the second annual Roaring Stories, presented by the Community Office for Resource Efficiency, Writ Large, ACES, and KDNK. The stories they told reflect their thoughts on climate change and when it became real for each of them. This week on Express Yourself, we hear from Beatriz Soto. Local performing artist Alya Howe is the MC.

Roaring Stories

In early June, six local storytellers took the stage at Carbondale's Rock Bottom Ranch for the second annual Roaring Stories, presented by the Community Office for Resource Efficiency, Writ Large, ACES, and KDNK. The stories they told reflect their thoughts on climate change and when it became real for each of them. This week on Express Yourself, we hear from Mona Newton. Local performing artist Alya Howe is the MC.

Roaring Stories

In early June, six local storytellers took the stage at Carbondale's Rock Bottom Ranch for the second annual Roaring Stories, presented by the Community Office for Resource Efficiency, Writ Large, ACES, and KDNK. The stories they told reflect their thoughts on climate change and when it became real for each of them. This week on Express Yourself, we hear from Mona Newton. Local performing artist Alya Howe is the MC.

Roaring Stories

In early June, six local storytellers took the stage at Rock Bottom Ranch for the second annual Roaring Stories, presented by the Community Office for Resource Efficiency (CORE), Writ Large, ACES, and KDNK. The stories they told reflected their thoughts on climate change and when it became real for each of them. Each week through September, KDNK will air a story from this event. First, we hear from KDNK Public Affairs host Bill Kight.

Writ Large

Alya Howe and storytellers Brandon Jones and Iliana Rentería Bernal joined Raleigh Burleigh on Express Yourself to share about their upcoming performance at The Wheeler Opera House.

Writ Large

Here’s your community calendar for Saturday, November 10th, underwritten by Sopris Liquor and Wine inviting you to visit their newly renovated and expanded 12,000 square foot space on the corner of 133 and Main in Carbondale.  For a list of today's events like English in Action and Writ Large presenting Immigrant Voices at the Temporary follow the healine...

Thursday Community Calendar

Oct 18, 2018
Response

Here’s your community calendar for Thursday, October 18th, underwritten by Sopris Liquor and Wine, at the corner of 133 and Main in Carbondale. For a list of today's events like Writ Large presenting Our Response, stories of domestic and sexual abuse survival at the Wheeler Opera House follow the headline...

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In honor of October as domestic violence awareness month, Response presents Our Response: Survivor Stories at the Wheeler Opera House on October 18 at 5pm. Local poet, choreographer, artist and storyteller Alya Howe has worked closely with five women who will share their stories of surviving abuse and thriving. She stopped by Express Yourself to share details about the Writ Large Storytelling Series Event.

Alya Howe curates the Writ Large storytelling series in the Roaring Fork Valley. She brought in Kate Howe, Cindy Hirschfeld and Nicole Haag to Express Yourself to talk about the power of storytelling. 

Eden Vardy of the Aspen T.R.E.E. organization about the free Farm to Table Community Meal at the Hotel Jerome. Alya Howe, Samuel Bernal Urbina, and Bill Kight about the next two Writ Large events, one at the Temporary and one at the Wheeler. And singer/songwriter White Buffalo about his new CD, Darkest Darks, Lightest Lights.

Writ Large Twice

Nov 17, 2017
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Alya Howe, the curator of the Writ Large series, is joined on Express Yourself by Samuel Bernal Urbina and Bill Kight, two storytellers who live in our community.

Express Yourself

Jun 30, 2017

Alya Howe, curator of Writ Large, with two of the storytellers involved in the current iteration at True Nature on Saturday night, Genevieve Villamizar and Patrick Curry. Then Sloan Shoemaker and Justin Patrick of Wilderness Workshop about this weekend's Wildfest. The local Americana band Callin' Old Souls, comprising William Steindler, Kenna Crampton and Cody Lee, play two original tunes, Uncle Ray and The Devil and the Mare. Callin' Old Souls play the Nugget on July 5.