Join us for an Artist Gym exploring Love. How do we lead with love? How can we use love to heal? How do we show love to each other when we’re supposed to be distancing ourselves? Through writing and storytelling we will create, heal, and celebrate love for ourselves and those around us.
Artist Gym is about bringing people together (virtually this time!) to create and generate work without the pressure to show a final product outside of the workshop. Facilitators will lead participants through a series of exercises that allow us to play, collaborate, and deepen our skills as artists. Through this work we hope to ignite and enrich our creative practices as individuals and as a community! All are welcome, no prior devising experience necessary.
This workshop will be co-facilitated by Emerson graduate students Sarah Plotkin and Arlen Hancock, and undergraduate student Aurora Hannisian.
Date: Saturday, April 4th
Location: Virtual meeting via Zoom (will receive Zoom link once you RSVP)
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It's happening! Despite all the corona-inspired curve balls I'll be sharing my thesis project "Creating our Stories" via Zoom on Wednesday, April 1st at 7:30pm.
Join a group of inter-generational performers as they share their stories in response to the question “What does it mean to be Jewish today?”
Over a period of 10 weeks, these community performers used storytelling, writing, movement, and singing to explore their relationships with Judaism. The material they’ve created has been woven together for this sharing, highlighting experiences of belonging and otherness, traditions, spirituality, and hopes for the future.
RSVP here to receive the Zoom link! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/creating-our-stories-a-jewish-theater-project-tickets-99245537073
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