Dreaming of Winged-Kin (sharing a work in progress)
Hampshire College Farm CSA Barn. The CSA Barn (red) is located on the northeast edge of campus on West Street/Route 116. Parking is available at the Farm Center, located at Thorpe House. Walk up the road and the the CSA barn is on the left. (793 West Street Amherst, MA 01002)
This collaborative multidimensional piece considers the relationship of bird migration to settler and Indigenous land relations and practices.
We invite you to think actively, critically, and with curiosity. Throughout the experience we center on non-human storytelling, joy and imagination as radical acts. You will have the opportunity to experience the world through bird senses. Our practice in thinking about relationality to place, space, peoples and positionality is rooted in Indigenous Ways of Knowing, and community based theater practices. As an ensemble we are actively considering our positionality in relation to these questions and ask that as you move through this experience you do the same.
As participants you are invited to actively engage these themes and stories through collaborative, multisensory storytelling scores
Dress in layers and bring a flashlight for walking from parking to CSA Barn.
Friday, April 29, 2022 @ 7:30 PM
Saturday, April 30, 2022 @ 7:30 PM
Sunday, May 1, 2022 @ 5:30 AM
House opens at 30 min prior to event and walk up tickets available. No bathrooms on site.
Directions: Driving: The farm is located on the northeast edge of campus on West Street/Route 116. Parking is available at the Farm Center, located at Thorpe House.
Walking from Hampshire Campus: To get to the CSA barn, follow the path at the back corner of the Enfield parking lot (will be lit, partially graveled, some mud on one side of track, uneven), pass by the meadow and take a left when you come out the other side of trees, near the Hitchcock Center.
Accessibility: Please drive up the gravel road from the Thorpe House, stay left and accessible parking is available in front of the CSA Barn.
If you need accessibletransport from the Hampshire campus to the CSA barn call: 413.559.5424 or using TTY: call MassRelay at 711or 800.439.2370 or Speech to Speech 866.645.9870.
We strive to make these events as accessible as possible, if you need specific accommodations please reach out: email@example.com