the living art of storytelling in Massachusetts
massmouth presents: DIY storytelling as part of ICA's "play dates" Family Day series. More info and tickets for Saturday , September 24th, 2011
Theme for Family Fun Day will be: "Artists Ways of Telling Stories" featuring a variety of methods for communicating info-visual, film, live talk, etc.
Family Storytelling concert, featuring teens and adults, at in ICA Theater
FOLLOWED BY: Family storytelling workshop, in ICA theater, for adults/kids ages 6+, [Duration 30 minutes]
Family Storytelling concert, featuring teens and adults, at [Duration + 20 minutes] in ICA Theater
Norah Dooley, storyteller and co-founder of massmouth
Ben Cunningham, 1st place winner of Greater Boston Story Slam Season 2011
Sonny Finch, senior at Boston Latin Academy and StoriesLive® high school slam finalist
Violet Maxfield, 7th grade student at Boston Latin School and JP story slammer
Featuring tellers from StoriesLive® highschool project and storytellers and winners/contestants from http://massmouth.com Boston story slam tellers. All ages-family-friendly-material that leads into a 40-60 minute workshop for ( family ) storytelling. 6 years old and older.
The ICA is located at 100 Northern Avenue on Boston’s waterfront, adjacent to Anthony’s Pier 4 restaurant. It is a short walk from downtown and easily accessible by public transportation. We are also just two blocks from the I-93 and Mass Turnpike off-ramps.
There are several paid parking lots in the area (see parking alerts and map below). There is also some on-street metered parking along Northern Avenue and Seaport Boulevard.
Beginning June 1 ICA visitors may park in the small lot to the right of the ICA (that leads to Anthony's Pier Four, 140 Northern Ave.), the lot across the street from the ICA (25 Northern Avenue), the garage beneath ONE Marina Park Drive, other nearby lots, and on-street metered parking. Due to Fan Pier construction projects, the lot directly outside the ICA (100 Northern Avenue), and the Fan Pier Parking Lot (28 Northern Avenue) will now accommodate MONTHLY parking only. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience.