Nepali Applause: an Open Air Market / Performance Festival
Saturday, May 27 and Sunday, May 28, 2017
A winner of the 2015 Knight Arts Challenge
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Our LAST story circle in North Hill happens this Tuesday the 13th. We will celebrate North Hill residents and lovers who want to celebrate and also create next steps for the future of the neighborhood. Join us from 5:30 to 7:30 at Exchange House.
With cardboard, felt, and construction paper, we built backdrops for a puppet show that will premiere in the summer. Partnering with dawn-creations.org in creating a play about aliens from the planet Pinky who take refuge on Earth.
Over 200 people attended last night’s multicultural, interdisciplinary evening with @heartwill. Tonight we will host an open mic response at the Exchange House to give space for creative sharing with our beloved community. Please join us at 7 pm!
“Imprisoned,” a solo performance devised by @nim_tamang and Katie, will premiere tonight at Until Name Becomes Prayer (7 pm free and open to public). The piece features a poem written and read by @nabinprachin who recorded from Kathmandu, Nepal.
Practicing empathy with strangers at #BigLoveFest. We empower people to tell their own stories thru creative story sharing.
There is a lot of chaos right now. We’ve stopped trusting each other; we’ve stopped listening. Tomorrow at #BigLoveFest join us for creative storytelling exercises that will empower participants to practice empathy amongst strangers. We can’t change policy overnight, but we can start meeting each other with love and openness.
Gearing up for #epcooker 34 at Jilly’s Music Room tonight at 8. #Flashback to Katie emceeing in July 2016 when she pretended to be LeBron James. Tonight is double trouble with @nim_tamang.
Rehearsing for Until Name Becomes Prayer, a multicultural, interdisciplinary arts happening on Monday, February 26 at 7 pm. (They thought I was taking a picture 🤪)
We’re making puppet prototypes for a summer show with the kids of DAWN (Developing Alternatives for Women in New Communities). After brainstorming, the kids chose aliens and humans in a post-modern fable about how we should treat people who are different from us with respect #puppetshow #girlswhokickass
Last night we envisioned a common future by drawing how we want North Hill to look in the year 2100. Fresh food, accessible arts, and new businesses were agreed upon by everyone.
Only one more to go.
Come to our last "My North Hill" story Circle on March 13 at 5:30 p.m.