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Thu, Oct 8, 2020
Our Stories Virtual Festival

Location: virtual    View Map
Date: 10/8/2020
Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Time: 8:00 PM (01:00 Duration)
Posted By: Asian Arts

Our Stories Virtual Festival

Thursdays, October 1—November 5, 7pm (ET)

Celebrate our common humanity and the unique beauty of diverse experiences during this 6 week international community festival. 27 individuals from Baltimore to Bengaluru share their personal and cultural stories about life in quarantine, racism, relationships, social justice, empowerment, persistence, mortality, immigration, identity, courage, loneliness, and sustainable living through narrative, music, art, animation/video/short film, and more.



If you require captioning during the event, please submit your request to asianarts@towson.edu at least 48 hours before the event.

Thursday, October 8, 2020. 7pm (ET)

Register: bit.ly/aacc-OurStories-Oct8-register

Introductory Remarks by Special Guest, Dr. Eric Miller. Director, World Storytelling Institute and Co-facilitator, Indian Storytelling Network.

• M Pandiarajan (Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India) “Hard to Escape”

• Priti Sudarsan (Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India) “Funny Folk Story”

• Fathima Zarin (Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India) “The Elephant Chaser’s Daughter”
2020-10-08T19:00 2020-10-08T20:00 America/New_York Our Stories Virtual Festival Our Stories Virtual Festival Thursdays, October 1—November 5, 7pm (ET) Celebrate our common humanity and the unique beauty of diverse experiences during this 6 week international community festival. 27 individuals from Baltimore to Bengaluru share their personal and cultural stories about life in quarantine, racism, relationships, social justice, empowerment, persistence, mortality, immigration, identity, courage, loneliness, and sustainable living through narrative, music, art, animation/video/short film, and more. If you require captioning during the event, please submit your request to asianarts@towson.edu at least 48 hours before the event. Thursday, October 8, 2020. 7pm (ET) Register: bit.ly/aacc-OurStories-Oct8-register Introductory Remarks by Special Guest, Dr. Eric Miller. Director, World Storytelling Institute and Co-facilitator, Indian Storytelling Network. • M Pandiarajan (Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India) “Hard to Escape” • Priti Sudarsan (Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India) “Funny Folk Story” • Fathima Zarin (Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India) “The Elephant Chaser’s Daughter” -- Imported from So. Md. Community Calendar ( www.somd.com/calendar/ ) virtual



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