The Storyteller’s Poetry, Arts & Film Festival features local artists, film makers, and poets, for a weekend of community and more!

Join us for the Storyteller’s Poetry, Arts & Film Festival featuring local artists, film makers, and poets including Pitzer’s first Artist-Activist in Residence, Pomona Poet Laureate, David Judah1.

April 22nd and 23rd | 10am-10pm

Registration for the first Storyteller’s Poetry, Arts & Film Festival is now live!

General Admission

All guests are required to provide one of the following:

  • Proof of vaccination(two doses and a booster) or
  • Negative PCR OR Antigen test

Check in closes at 8PM on both days of event.

The day of the event, you and everyone in your party are required to complete the Healthy Pitzer Guest Check In.

Storyteller’s Festival COVID-19 Safety Policies

Vendor/Performer/Artists Admission

All Vendor/Performer/Artists and guests are required to provide one of the following:

  • Proof of vaccination (two doses and booster) or
  • Negative PCR OR Antigen test

Vendors and Artist | Check in for vendors and artists begin at 9 am. All Vendors and artists are expected to bring their own equipment (tables, chairs, optional pop ups and signage.

Performers | Check in for performers is 1 hour before set time.

Registration for Vendors/Performers/Artists ends April 15th,2022. Please email LionlikeINC@gmail.com to secure your spot!

 By registering for this event as a guest/vendor/performer/artist you are acknowledging that you've read and will abide by the Storyteller's Festival COVID-19 Safety Polices. Anyone who does not abide by these policies will be denied event entry or asked to leave the event. 

Limited Parking will be available in the Mesa parking lot and along Claremont Blvd.

This event is brought to you by: Pitzer’s Community Engagement Center, Writing Center, Campus Life Committee, Latine Student Union, and Intercollegiate Department of Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies at the Claremont Colleges, LionLike Mindstate, and the Media Arts for Social Justice, Digitizing Testimonios, and Black People in the Inland Empire classes offered at Pitzer College.