How to Build a Fire: HerStory

sam. 30 mars à 01:00

Fuseau horaire : Paris (GMT+01:00)

Open Source Gallery
Brooklyn
États-Unis
Brooklyn

STORYTELLERS:

Blue Kilmer

Marilyn Thomas King

More storytellers TBA "Herstory is a term for history written from a feminist perspective, emphasizing the role of women, or told from a woman's point of view. The principal aim of herstory is to bring women out of alleged obscurity from the historical record." For the month of March, the story-telling theme is women's HerStory, where we celebrate and highlight the power, struggle, love and passion of Women. It is more than bringing women out of alleged obscurity. It is giving them the space that they deserve, showcasing their contributions and talents to the world. Without Cleopatra, the world wouldn't exist. So how do we honor the undeniable gifts that women have given? What are the untold, inspirational stories of the women you have encountered? of the women within you? What does it mean to be a woman? What journey have you been on to be woman? did you ever un-woman yourself? Created five years ago, How to Build a Fire is a community storytelling series where a diverse group of individuals share real-life, personal narratives centered around a different theme each month. At times funny, at times sad, their stories weave together a broad illustration of the human experience. How to Build a Fire takes place at Open Source Gallery -a welcoming, nurturing, intimate, safe environment- where, monthly, one can see a new exhibition installed by an array of up-and-coming and established visual artists. Every year, poet and event founder Terence Degnan partners with Open Source Gallery to select two new co-hosts/curators of HTBAF. This year’s curators are poets Shafina Ahmed and Phillip J. Ammonds. Can’t be with us in person? Watch on Livestream: http://livestream.com/opensource

Source: https://www.meetup.com/fr-FR/OpenSourceGallery/events/259709510/


Open Source Gallery
Brooklyn
États-Unis

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