We look forward to seeing you at one of our upcoming NSN events. This page is where you will find more information about each of our events as well as registration if currently available.
Earth Up 2022
REGISTRATION DEADLINE EXTENDED!
Workshop and performance recordings will be released soon – register by
April 22nd JUNE 1st for access to the recordings!
Fringe Performances | June 18th
How To Be Japanese by Miyo Yamauchi
Normal: conforming to a standard; usual, typical, or expected. All of us at some times or in some ways feel like outsiders. That whatever it is that is normal does not include us. But when we enter a new culture, we actually are the outsider. An excellent vantage point to question the status quo.
Empowerment, Part I by Malcolm Grissom
August Wilson was one of the most influential African-America playwrights of the 20th century and of Malcolm Grissom’s life. His work in The Century Cycle has inspired Malcolm to write a series of stories based on some of his most famous plays. “Empowerment, Part 1” is a comedy based on Wilson’s play “Joe Turner’s Come and Gone” and explores the concepts of identity and relationships.
NSN Events | July 2022
Kamishibai SIG Workshop with Akiko Mochizuki
July 23, 2022 | 7:00 pM Central
Akiko Mochizuki is a kamishibai performer and balloon artist, who performs both street-performance kamishibai in classic style and her own original kamishibai stories. The themes for her stories are often based on the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). She also holds regular international kamishibai zoom sessions called “Aozora (Blue Sky) Kamishibai” with the spirit of Japanese hospitality (Omotenashi). It is her mission to introduce the Japanese culture of “kamishibai” more widely to the world.
CONNECTED: Part I
Saturday, July 30th
NSN is pausing the multi-day annual conference this year and will, instead, be hosting a single day event with a member meeting, Grand Story Slam, ORACLE Award Ceremony, and ORACLE Recipient Concert
Information coming soon
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