Schedule

YART SALE and ATTIC TREASURES YARD SALE

10am - 6pm Attic Treasures Yard Sale
Saturday, October 12, 2019

"Observation and Imagination" An evening of true stories told live.

Wednesday, November 6, is a storytelling night held in conjunction with the exhibit:
"Observation and Imagination" - curated Clifford Ackley from the Museum of Fine Art, Ruth and Carl J. Shapiro Curator of Prints and Drawings

In the Concord Art Main Gallery, 7:30pm. Concord Art and Fugitive Stories present a non-competitive storytelling and fundraising event. 

Descriptions

YART SALE and ATTIC TREASURES YARD SALE

YART & ATTIC TREASURES YARD SALE
Free, Fun and Fabulous
Saturday, October 12, and Sunday,October 13, 2019
10am-6pm at Concord Art 


for the biggest and best selection of preowned art and attic treasures ever
on the lawn, driveway and patio of Concord Art.  
It's two days and outside!! 

10am - 6pm Attic Treasures Yard Sale
Saturday, October 12, 2019

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"Observation and Imagination" An evening of true stories told live.

“Observation and Imagination" FUGITIVE Productions and Concord Art present: MOTH-INSPIRED TRUE STORIES TOLD LIVE...a fundraising event for Concord Art.

When: Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 7:30pm in the Main Gallery at Concord Art

What: Concord Art and Fugitive Stories present a non-competitive storytelling event. 

Theme: Observatio and Imagination"

$12 Advanced Ticket Price • $15 At the Door

WHY STORYTELLING MATTERS

“Stories make us more alive, more human, more courageous, more loving.” — Madeleine L’Engle

We are hard-wired, perhaps at a genetic level, to tell and listen to stories. Stories pass a legacy between generations and are a way in which we form relationships in the here and now. While storytelling is entertainment, it is so much more. It is an art form as old as humanity. It is the primary way that we relate to each other to create kinship and community. Storytelling is a way in which we give a bit of ourselves to others and a way in which we feel less alone. Humanity’s earliest stories were about survival, hope, loss, love, and courage. Today’s stories echo the same themes.

Fugitive Stories brings the craft of true stories told live to suburban audiences. In each location (Acton, Arlington, Framingham — and now, Concord), Fugitive brings featured storytellers to tell a true tale alongside people just like you who may never have told a story on a stage but are inspired by one of our themes. Fugitive’s featured tellers captivate our audiences — they are some of the best in the country. Most are Moth StorySLAM winners and many are GrandSLAM champions. We also invite audience members who are interested in telling a five- to six-minute story on our theme to drop their name in our hat  — we pull a name or two after intermission. Each night is unique and they never fail to entertain.

Hearing a true story in a live performance is fun, moving and transformative. Fugitive Stories evenings Intimately reveal what we all have in common, making people feel more human and more alive. You’ll laugh and sometimes shed a few tears. Every event opens a door to a memory, a new friend or to your heart.

Learn more about Fugitive Stories at www.FugitiveStories.com.

Wednesday, November 6, is a storytelling night held in conjunction with the exhibit:
"Observation and Imagination" - curated Clifford Ackley from the Museum of Fine Art, Ruth and Carl J. Shapiro Curator of Prints and Drawings

In the Concord Art Main Gallery, 7:30pm. Concord Art and Fugitive Stories present a non-competitive storytelling and fundraising event. 

Register