True Stories Told Live:

It’s All About Community

Thursday, December 17, 2020 at 7pm

Thanks to everyone who attended! 

 

We would like to extend a special thank you to our event sponsors:

Elise and Pebo Browne (Concord Art Storytelling Alumnus!)

Susan Halby

Suzanne and Fabian Fondriest

Linda and Whit Painter

Sue and Gibbs Roddy

Jeff Wieand

Martha Gallagher

Susie and Adam Winstanley

 

We are grateful for your support!

We know you have loved our in-person storytelling events!  Please join us for a pandemic friendly evening with storytellers in the comfort of your home.

Get your party hats and favorite cocktails ready and help us drink a toast of holiday season gratitude to our community and friends!

Meet Our Storytellers:

Sam Adams is a Curatorial Fellow at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. He is an art historian and curator specializing in contemporary art. Adam’s has worked at numerous cultural institutions, including the Los Angelos County Museum of Art, the Getty Museum, and the ICA Boston. Sam Adams is a longstanding friend of Concord Art!

Nick Capasso is the Director at the Fitchburg Art Museum. He has also been a Juror, Lecturer, and longtime friend of Concord Art and many of our community members.

Kemp Harris has performed as a storyteller at festivals, schools, and libraries across the country. Kemp has been a featured storyteller featured at WGBH and, in 2016, brought his children’s “Stories on The Wind” to Fugitive Productions.

Susanne Schmidt is a comedic storyteller and a producer for The Moth. When she is not telling stories, she is parenting her teenage sons who would prefer that she stop talking about them on stage.

Dr. Robin Schoenthaler is Boston’s 2019 Moth Grand Slam Champion and has told stories in a number of venues. For most of 2020, she has been writing weekly essays on Covid and her science-based, guidance-giving, humanity-promoting pieces are read by tens of thousands of people around the country and the world.

Alexandra Sheldon Back by popular demand! Alexandra Sheldon has been a friend and community member of Concord Art for many years. Sheldon has taught at Concord Art, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Snow Farm in Williamsburg, MA, and her work has been featured in numerous Solo Exhibitions around the state.


Attendees will receive a Zoom link the week of the event, as well as the same day.

email marissacote@concordart.org with any questions