True Stories Told Live – Family Lore: Legends, Stories, and Myths

November 15, 2023
6pm - 8pm

This event is sold out

In collaboration with Fugitive Productions, Concord Art presents a new edition of “True Stories Told Live.” Join us for another fabulous evening of storytelling and community! This time, it will be a night of family lore including legends, stories, and myths…

This is a special fundraising event!
Pay what you can: Tickets are available for $20, $50, or $100

Featured Storytellers:

 

 

Monika Andersson is a member of the Concord Art Board of Directors and Art and Exhibitions Committee. She is a teacher and curator at Groton School and lives in Concord.

Mags Harries is an immigrant, who came to the United States at twenty-three. She is an artist, who teaches at The School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts. Her public work with her collaborator, Lajos Héder, can be seen in cities across America. Photo by Kathy Chapman.

Bill Maxfield is Concord Art’s resident installation expert and volunteer extraordinaire.

Candace Nelson is a retired development aid worker, a career that took her to Latin America and Africa dozens of times over thirty-four years. In retirement, she has become a student of storytelling. She appeared on Stories from the Stage in 2022 and is inspired to transform her own moments, small and large, into stories. Candace and her husband have lived in Concord for twenty-five years, raising their two sons here. From May to October, she moves to Poland, ME, where she mostly lives outdoors–birding, biking, swimming, and watching clouds move over water.

Joe Palumbo, born and raised in Concord on a farm along Battle Road, works as an interpreter and tour guide locally. He is focused on sharing both the well-known and the lesser-known local narratives as we work to broaden the story to include all the people in our town. Now is our chance to really build a Concord for everyone.

Rhoda Rosenberg’s retrospective, Rhoda Rosenberg – Shapes of Time: 1968-2022, is on view at Concord Art through December 17th.

Alexandra Sheldon is an artist from Cambridge, MA. She specializes in making painterly collages and teaching mixed media. She is represented by the Bromfield Gallery in Boston.