Stories of Home workshop reading @ The Creativity Lab


June 14 (Wednesday)
Stories of Home workshop reading @ The Creativity Lab
3–5:30 p.m.

What does home mean to you?” Workshop participants explored that question throughout May with artist-in-residence Suzana Berger in the Museum's Creativity Lab at 515 Hamilton Street. Today, the short monologues that were created will be read for others to hear. Come on out and learn about your neighborsand maybe your own definition of "home."

This is a free event, everyone welcome. For more information contact Ananda at aholton [at] allentownartmuseum [dot] org or 610-432-4333 ext 136.

Suzana Berger is a theatre artist, educator, and community-partnership builder with a focus on vivid physical performance, creating new work that explores social issues imaginatively for audiences of all ages, and using stories to connect those who previously thought they had nothing in common. She earned her MFA in Theatre with a concentration in directing from Sarah Lawrence College. She earned her BA in English from the University of Pennsylvania, where she now teaches August Wilson & Beyond (a partnership with the West Philadelphia Cultural Alliance), and Teaching Performing Arts for Cross-Cultural Education. She is also the Coordinator of the Urban Arts, Culture, & Humanities Partnership Program for Penn’s Netter Center of Community Partnerships. Suzana lives in Philadelphia.

Creativity Lab is a partnership between the Allentown Art Museum and City Center Lehigh Valley.

Artist residencies and Creativity Lab programing are part of the Museum’s HeARThstone Project and are supported by the generosity of the Harry C. Trexler Trust. TheHeARTHstone Project is rooted in the belief that art can and does change lives.