Carolina Quiroga-Stultz is a Colombian Social Communicator who graduated in 2013 with a Masters in Storytelling from East Tennessee State University (ETSU). Her large repertoire of bilingual stories, explores the Native Latin American and Hispanic Myths, Legends and Mysteries ranging from El Río Bravo to La Patagonia. Her bilingual storytelling enchants her audiences with her compelling mannerisms and the passion she brings into each story.
On 2014, she was awarded “Outstanding Performer of the Year” by ETSU, and in December 2015 she became the recipient of the “J.J. RENEAUX EMERGING ARTIST GRANT” by the National Storytelling Network. Currently, she is one of the four teacher artist selected to undergo a year residency by the Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning through ArtsFound at San Antonio.
In the United States, she has performed in many regional festivals in Tennessee, Texas and Kansas City, and also at numerous schools, libraries, universities and colleges to culturally and socially diverse audiences.
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