Cheryl Corson is a writer and textile artist at the core. Her Maine roots go back to the 1980s when she lived on Mount Desert Island as a production weaver, then a craft show organizer, and public art project manager for the Maine Arts Commission. She still owns the cottage she lived in then. After 17 years as a land
Feeding our participants and audience is a central theme in each event. Sharing community through the arts, creating cultural awareness through shared meals- here the living arts and all her expressions truly provide a bounty of riches and all are welcome at the table.
Our community is full of people who want to help. We work to help the people providing services with the people who need them. Come connect with people in new ways.
In this workshop, activators provide sacred space for neighbor cohorts to choose an object and share how it relates to their story. Three topics will help frame the fabric woven with their imagery and words.
1. Good Neighbor: Choose an object that shows how you helped someone or that represents how someone helped you.
2. Strength: Choose an object that illustrates a time when you found the strength you needed and tell us about it.
3. Home: Choose an object that represents home to you. Tell us why. Listening to someone’s experience is the greatest gift we can offer. There is powerful, human connection to holding sacred space, creating community and celebrating our daily lives together through the act of storytelling.
Our events are community oriented, and rely on interaction with others and our environment. Help us create online solutions to continuing community
All Tribes Playhouse has incorporated and now holds 501(c)3 status. This is made possible in part by generous support from The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence and Theater Bay Area Artist Relief Fund.
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1760 Bush Street, #211, San Francisco, California 94109, United States