Art Beats: Passageways: A Story Project about Coming of Age
Passageways is an interview-based story project that explores what it means to grow up. We all experience moments that make us grow. There are moments that bring a sense of joy or expansion, then there are moments that bring a sense of pain or responsibility, and sometimes, they happen without us even noticing.
This project is meant to capture the stories of such moments, display them, and create a sense of acceptance with the complex, dynamic, and ever-changing experience of what it means to grow up. Visit the library to see some of the stories that have been turned into art, do some artmaking, and share a story of your own.
About the artists:
Phil Stoesz is a facilitator, educator and creator who works at the intersection of service and imagination. He is a multidisciplinary artist who has training in theatre direction, science communication, and facilitating community-led projects. He is a certified facilitator of the Critical Response Process.
Thameenah “Ty” Muhammad is an Afro-Caribbean artist and activist. Ty is a producing artistic collaborator with Rising Youth Theatre and a co-founder of RE:Frame Youth Arts Center. They are a multidisciplinary artist whose main mediums include acting, dancing, poetry/spoken word, and visual art.
For more information please visit http://www.phoenix.gov/arts/artbeats
- Sunday, December 10, 2023
- 1:00pm - 4:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Arizona Time (change)
- Burton Barr Central Library
Time Zone: Arizona Time (change)