Interfaith Muse offers workshops in creative writing, theatre arts, and other genres to explore faith identity as a locus for social change.
Reimagine the Secular Sacred
at the Portland Art Museum, in honor of their exhibit, Corita Kent: Spiritual Pop.
Interfaith Muse leads the In Dialogue: Art, Power and Identity seminar Sunday, January 22, 2017. 1-3 PM. Exploring both sacred and commercial texts, as well as commentary from times of radical institutional change, we will endeavor to reimagine the familiar in language and religion for the intertwined purposes of resistance and delight.
In collaboration with The Bridge International Exhibit, all are invited to a
Workshop in Theatre for Interfaith Cooperation
Sunday August 7, 1:30-4:30 p.m.
Kempton Hall, Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, 147 NW 19th Avenue Portland, Oregon.
Using Forum Theater and other playful techniques, participants will devise theatre pieces that seek practical solutions and work for justice. No experience is necessary and all physical abilities and religious identities are welcome. For more information, email interfaith muse at gmail or check out the event on Facebook.
Facilitator Elizabeth Harlan-Ferlo has trained in the facilitation techniques with Marc Weinblatt, of Mandala Center for Change, Michael Rohd, of Center for Performance and Civic Practice and Portland’s Sojourn Theatre, as well as Tamara Lynne of LivingStages. She has has facilitated over 100 hours with people of all ages.
The workshop is free, but requires registration via Trinity Arts Commission HERE.