United Story: Interaction at #PXSTL
Saturday, June 21, 2014
Pulitzer Arts Foundation (PXSTL Lot)
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Every encounter creates a new story.
Gather at the PXSTL pavilion in Grand Center for this afternoon of interactive storytelling. Created in association with the summer PXSTL series at the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, United Story: Interaction partners with storytellers, storymakers, and story-based groups across the city to cultivate both traditional and innovative ways to share stories about the way we engage.
From ball pits to hanging stories to artmaking, photography, and more…
Project: Interactive Ball Pit
Turn strangers into friends by sharing stories and connections in this adult-size ball pit inspired by SoulPancake‘s Take a Seat project.
Project: Staged Storytelling
The theme this month is CHANCE ENCOUNTERS: Unexpected collisions, a lucky break, pure coincidence, because the day was sunny. Whatever you chalk it up to, happenstance happens. Tell us your stories of chance encounters and random run-ins..
Sir Mallory Nezam III
Project: The Poetree Project
Got an experience you want to share anonymously, poetically, or in writing? Create a fortress of stories by hanging yours onto the PXSTL pavilion with this interactive project.
CAM Art Bus
Project: Make-and-Share Project
Give “show-and-tell” a whole new meaning with the Contemporary Art Museum as it turns its ArtBus into an exhibition space for stories and artmaking.
Humans of St. Louis
Project: Photographic Stories
Put a face to your story with the new Humans of St. Louis photography project.
SIGN UP to share your story with Second Tuesdays by messaging the Second Tuesdays Facebook page.
SHOWCASE your storytelling project by emailing email@example.com
VOLUNTEER for the event by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is possible because of generous support by the Pulitzer Arts Foundation and Gephardt Institute for Public Service.
United Story is a 2014 commitment-to-action with the Clinton Global Initiative University.
Image via Freecell on Tumblr http://frcll.tumblr.com/