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Act One VR Field Trip: Weaving Our Story

Act One VR Field Trip: Weaving Our Story

Want to take a field trip without ever leaving the Maker Space? Join us on the 4th floor in MACH to take a trip using Virtual Reality courtesy of Act One! Act One's VR Field Trip, Weaving Our Story, focuses on Indigenous artists across Arizona. Artist participants include Tyrrell Tapaha, a sixth generation Diné sheepherder, weaver and fiber artist who grew up in the Four Corners region of northeastern Arizona; the Duncan Family, world champion hoop dancers, musicians and storytellers, and Janelle Stanley, who grew up in the Navajo Nation and recently expanded her weaving practice to create public art seen at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, downtown Phoenix, and beyond. How will you use your history to weave your story?

This program is for children ages 10 - 17. Limited Seating, registration is required.

Date:
Saturday, July 27, 2024
Time:
2:00pm - 3:00pm
Time Zone:
Arizona Time (change)
Location:
MACH1, Burton Barr Central Library
Audience:
  Kids     Teens  
Categories:
  Childrens' Programs     STEAM     Teen Programs  
Registrations open at 2:00pm Saturday, July 6, 2024

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