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Wednesday, January 27 | 7:30 – 9:00 pm

The 3 C’s: Connection. Communication. COVID-19

This virtual offering will stream live from the Museum of Science for registrants to enjoy at home. Registrants will receive links to view this program via email within 24 hours of the event start time.

The tensions that erupted in 2020 as the world faced a global pandemic, together and separately, can be felt in the strained relationship between three words…Connection. Communication. COVID-19.

Storytellers, musicians, artists and artisans, makers, activists, and the diverse voices of our communities come together for the exploration of these themes. Part live performance, part interview, our own stories will be interwoven with music, poetry, and movement, to express the inexpressible of an impossible year.

As talking face to face, being physically close to one another, playing music, and performing together became an action that could literally risk one’s life…How do we connect? How do we communicate? How have these operations been changed and challenged by COVID-19? A remembrance of what we’ve lost, a celebration of what we will always have. This one-hour event will be, as much as life is, what we make of it.

Please consider making a gift to support #MOSatHome and our SubSpace virtual winter/spring season at donate.mos.org/mosathome and become a vital partner in helping us provide access to free STEM experiences online.

Featuring Globe-trotting Interdisciplinary Cabaret Performance Artist, Luminous Pariah (Seattle, WA); Head of Documentation for the Global Initiative to create direly needed Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Christina Cole of Open Source Medical Supplies (Bay Area, CA); Miss Brooklyn Pride 2020, Multi-Media Queer Artist, and Producer of A+ Drag Show the Pan-Asian Drag Review, Emi Grate; Bar Director for the worker-ownership team at Tanám Narrative Cuisine, Founder of BarNoirBoston, and current President of the Greater Boston Chamber of Cooperatives Kyisha Davenport (Boston, MA); Multidisciplinary Producer, Musician, Drag King, Chronically Creative Artist, and Host for the evening, Nüqueer Power (Boston, MA); And many more, presenting their solo and combined experiences.

This program is free, thanks to the generosity of the Barbara and Malcolm L. Sherman Fund for Adult Programs.

Location

Online Only

Audience

Recommended for: Visitors 18 years of age and older

Public Event

Separate ticket required.

Cost: Free with Pre-Registration

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