Join Heather Majaury, a local story teller, for an interactive presentation reflecting upon our most recent exhibition, Agents for Change | Facing the Anthropocene. She will sharing an original story with some on line improvisation, song, and activities focused on the goals of reaching 50% reduction in global emissions between now and the year 2030. How can you become an agent for change? Attend this online event and find out.
More about Heather: Heather is a co-artistic director of Pins and Needles Fabric Company and loves to tell stories, make stories and share stories. She draws upon her knowledge and inspiration from Anishinaabeg legends and teachings along with her own care and love for mother earth and will focus this story on the lessons and experiences that were created in Agents of Change. Heather most recently directed WE/US/OURS at IMPACT 2019 and is also participating in creating a future exhibition about the stories of unsheltered people in our own community. She currently works at the Social Development Centre in Kitchener as their Unsheltered Campaign Documenter. She has been a guest of the Museum and performed here on several occasions in the past and we are looking forward to her newest creation.
Time: Tuesday, December 29 at 11am