Join Temple University for a series of sibling storytelling workshops for people with disabilities who are siblings, or siblings of people with disabilities.
Stories from First Person Arts will help you craft a personal story about our first friends and enemies: our siblings! Through guided writing exercises and other techniques, we’ll uncover true tales about how disability affects family.
Connect with other siblings through your shared and unique experiences
All participants will be invited to perform at the culminating Sib Slam storytelling performance on April 13, directed by Jen Cleary, at Christ Church Neighborhood House in Philadelphia
Come alone or with a sibling
Open to storytellers of all levels
Join First Person Arts for one or more Saturday Workshops between 10:00am and 12:00pm:
Photo Credit – JJ Tiziou
For locations and to register click here. Workshops are FREE. Registration is required. Participants must be 18 years or older. Accommodations available upon request.
These workshops are part of A Fierce Kind of Love, a year-long project that tells the story of Pennsylvania’s Intellectual Disability Rights Movement.