StoryCorps in Taos

16MarAll Day29StoryCorps in TaosAn Oral History Project

Event Details

This March, as part of a 19 year mobile tour, StoryCorps, the national nonprofit organization dedicated to recording, preserving, and sharing the stories of people from all backgrounds and beliefs, comes to Taos, New Mexico! From March 16th to March 29th, Harwood Museum of Art will partner with KUNM to record interviews, in-person at the Taos Public Library and virtually.


Reservations to record will be available at 10am MT on March 2nd and can be made by calling StoryCorps’ 24-hour toll-free reservation line at 1-800-850-4406 or visiting 


On Tuesday, March 28 at 5:30pm, Harwood and StoryCorps will co-host a listening session in the Arthur Bell Auditorium. This free public event is an opportunity for the Taos community to learn more about StoryCorps and be the first to hear a selection of stories recorded in Taos.


Now in its 19th year, the StoryCorps Mobile Tour has facilitated thousands of meaningful conversations between people who know and care about one another. Harwood and StoryCorps are committed to creating a safe recording environment and have introduced several measures to the recording process, where participants have the option of recording in-person or via StoryCorps’ Virtual Recording Booth, a video-conferencing platform that can be accessed remotely using an internet-connected device. Participants can learn more about safety precautions for in-person recording at 


StoryCorps is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people. StoryCorps in Taos is made possible by support from Harwood Museum, Harwood Alliance, KUNM, and Taos Public Library. All images courtesy of StoryCorps.  






March 16 (Thursday) - 29 (Wednesday)