Mother Nurture Storytellers Submission  --        May 9, 2021 | 2:00-4:00pm
Please complete this form to be part of the curated storytelling portion of Mother Nurture: a Collaborative Sculpture and Storytelling Event Celebrating Interspecies Relations on May 9, 2021 from 2:00-4:00pm at the International House-Davis outside terrace. 

We are soliciting submissions from all kinds of folks who want to speak/sing/perform on the topic of mothers/mothering. This project honors mothering in its expansive capacity, as a verb, which can nurture healing, transformation, remediation, and regeneration. It invites us to reflect on the many ways that we mother each other and encourages us to cultivate the best mother in ourselves. For we need to be able to depend on one another, to care for one another, to realize that we are enmeshed with one another, if we are to survive and thrive in these unsettling times.

While we anticipate submissions on conventional modes of mothering, we are eager to see contributions that reflect forms on non-gestational mothering, more-than-human mothers, mother as a verb, and expansive ideas about how, who, and why we mother.

We invite original submissions, or a reading of someone else's work on the topic. Please keep contributions to eight minutes or less, and appropriate for an all-ages audience. PLEASE SUBMIT BY MAY 6 AT 12PM.

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Title of submission *
Kind of submission *
Based on the kind of submission you selected, please answer either A or B:
A) If you checked "Original submission," please briefly describe the form and theme of the work.
B) If you checked "Secondary material," please include the author/creator's name and a link to the material, if possible.
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This event is co-presented by the Arts, Cultures, and Designs of Remediation research cluster at the UC Davis Humanities Institute and the International House - Davis. Please contact if you have any questions.
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