MUSE (an experiment in storytelling and life drawing) in Berlin
In a world where we learn to hate the bodies of others and fear our own, MUSE offers a chance to find them instead. Tuesday, Jan 28 * 8-9:30pm (doors at 7:45) Cost: €10/adv, €12/door (you may draw or simply witness) * Basic sketching materials available for those without Created by award-winning playwright/performer Cameryn Moore, in collaboration with curious people like you! MUSE begins as a 1.5-hour life drawing session, with Cameryn as the model. (She is one of only a few plus-size life-drawing models in Germany.) Further subverting the norm of such sessions, Cameryn also speaks, about her experiences of being in a body that is constantly under scrutiny, both in the studio and out in the world. MUSE audiences may choose to watch, draw, listen, and ask questions, participating how and when they wish. Sketching materials will be available, but participants may also bring their own kit. Awards for Cameryn's previous work include: Artistic Risk award, 2016 Vancouver Fringe, and Best Female Solo, 2010 San Francisco Fringe.