American Realness

Muriel Miguel / Spoderwoman Theater

Pulling Threads Fabric Workshop

Presented by Performance Space New York
in partnership with First Nations Dialogues, BlakDance, Global First Nations Performance Network

Curated by Emily Johnson for KIN

Monday, January 7, 3:00pm – 9:00pm

Performance Space New York
150 First Avenue, 4th Floor
Manhattan

FREE / RSVP at PerformanceSpaceNewYork.org

Led by Muriel Miguel—one of the founders of the legendary Indigenous women’s theater company Spiderwoman Theater—the Pulling Threads Fabric Workshop invites participants to share stories and listen, to stitch together that which has been ripped apart, through storytelling and quilting, and to engage with personal and community stories of violence, healing, and ultimately, renewal. The workshop is open to female identified people only.

Performance Space New York’s presentation of KIN is supported by the Barragga Bay Fund with additional support by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.