Community History Talk and Workshop with Laura Barraclough
Yale Professor Laura Barraclough works with communities to recover stories about ordinary places likely to be ignored or even erased from history. Explore the relationships between power and place through this Friday night talk and Saturday workshop, and contribute to the cultural assets map that is changing narratives about Chester.

WHEN:
Friday night talk--Insurgent Scholarship and Radical Tourism: The Making of ‘A People’s Guide.’--February 2, 6-8 p.m.

Saturday workshop--Re-mapping Chester: Spaces of Struggle, Resistance, and Solidarity--February 3, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

WHERE: MJ Freed Theater, 515 Avenue of the States, Chester, PA

WHO: The Friday evening talk is free and open to the public. The workshop is for participants ages 12 and older and requires registration. Please let us know which activities you will be attending by completing the form below.

Contact Chester Made Project Manager Ulysses ‘Butch’ Slaughter at chestermade@pahumanities.org with questions.
Photo credit: Nancy Kelly

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Chester Made is a humanities-based initiative to recognize and promote arts and culture in Chester and harness their power as a force for community revitalization. The Chester Made Exploration Zone and new pop-up makerspace at 511 Avenue of the States form a creative, cultural hub in the heart of the historic arts and culture district that gives community members the chance to engage with one another, learn more about the city’s cultural assets and history, rebuild their downtown, and change perceptions about Chester. Partners include the City of Chester, The Artist Warehouse, Widener University, The Public Workshop, and Pennsylvania Humanities Council. Major funding by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage and the National Endowment for the Arts. Follow us on Facebook @ChesterMadePA.
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