2021 Tucson Humanities Festival: STORYTELLING

Once upon a time, humans began telling stories. Heroes journeyed far and wide, kings led armies to battle, peasants fought oppression. Gods intervened, sorcerers conjured magic, demons haunted the lands. Great minds brought new inventions, grand cities rose, people yearned for the good life. And the action rose to a climax! In the end, humans crave stories. We read, we write, we speak and we listen. We invent, we imagine. We connect.

Announcing the 12th annual Tucson Humanities Festival: STORYTELLING, a series of free lectures, panel discussions, events and special guests, presented by the University of Arizona College of Humanities. Festival events and lectures will explore scary stories, myths and fables, and real-life tales from renowned guests, including best-selling author Walter Isaacson.



9 a.m. Oct. 1, 2021 to 3 p.m. Nov. 1, 2021