At this family-friendly event, which starts at 10 a.m., virtual museum visitors can learn about fiber arts from storyteller Lil’ Rev. Rev will talk about the tradition of American quilting, before leading participants on a remote tour of the museum’s fiber arts collection.
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This play, a coming of age tale based on oral traditions of the African diaspora, tells the story of playwright Charlayne Woodard’s own turbulent childhood. The work, which you can stream from a web browser or through your TV, is being presented by Renaissance Theaterworks.
3. Let’s Dance!
Feel free to cut a rug in your living room, or wherever you decide to stream this upbeat virtual concert presented by the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. It features danceable works by composers from Argentina, Cuba and Puerto Rico.
If you’ve always been interested in participating in one of Ex Fabula’s storyslam events, but are terrified by the prospect of speaking to a crowded room, why not try participating in this virtual event instead? You’ll still get a chance to tell your story, and listen to others’ stories. But you won’t have to worry about standing under hot lights in front of a crowd.
The beloved science and technology museum will reopen to visitors at the end of this month. Several other popular local museums, like the Milwaukee Art Museum and the Milwaukee Public Museum, will also be open to in-person visitors by the end of the month.