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Labyrinth Community Artmaking

As a part of our birthday celebrations for Pauli Murray, please join us at the Center on 11/21 for the community construction of a LABYRINTH dedicated to Loss, Hope and Joy. A labyrinth is a sacred space; a Spiritual tool; a process of pilgrimage; a map for loss and renewal; a guide for healing and growth. We will be masked and practicing physical distancing to receive offerings for the labyrinth.

We intend the labyrinth to be a long-term installation. Bring shoes, rocks, ceramics, crockery, artificial flowers – whatever represents your loss/hope/joy. Please do not bring fragile glass objects – be mindful that they will remain outside for several months. They may be decorated, inscribed, or they may speak as they are. Participation in this event is meant to be brief. Drop off your object(s) enjoy a refreshment, and leave with a gift, including an offering from artist and MacArthur Award recipient, Carrie Mae Weems’ recent project, RESIST COVID/TAKE SIX!

Additional details on the Facebook event here.

Details

Date:
November 21, 2020
Time:
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Venue

pin Hide Map 906 Carroll St, Durham, NC