November 15, 5:30pm
Location: Payne Room
Free and open to the public
Come together at the Tang Museum on Wednesday, November 15, 5:30 pm, for storytelling about birth. Tell us about births you’ve had, seen, heard about — anyone who was born is invited to join us.
Birthing Bodies, an exhibition currently on display, states that the act of giving birth and being born is a lesson in reciprocity, the challenging but often-beautiful reality in being with and from other people. This birth storytelling event will be a way for people to engage in discussion with others about their experiences with birth and how those experiences have shaped them.
If you have art or objects you would like to bring with you as part of your story (belly casts, photos, drawings, and so forth) you are invited to bring them. Babes in arms are also welcome.
Author Mb Antevasin will also be sharing from her book The Birth of Magdalena: A Journey Towards Healing in Three Trimesters and will have signed copies available for purchase.
This event is free and open to the public.