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dawn1881
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(10/14/04 3:03 pm)
Fairy Tale Events-Boston/Providence region
Please note the following upcoming events at Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, Massachusetts related to the current exhibition, "Grimms Fairy Tales Reinterpreted." This exhibition, organized by the Society of Arts and Crafts, Boston, features works created by artists in reaction to Grimms' fairy tales including stories such as "The Girl with No Hands", "Hans the Hedgehog" and others.

October 21, 7 p.m., Lecture by therapist Louise Dery-Wells on the Feminine in Grimmís Fairy Tales. ďTales of Redemption: The Feminine in Fairy Tales,Ē is the topic of a free lecture presented by Louise Dery-Wells L.I.C.S.W. at Fuller Craft Museum on Thursday, October 21st at 7 p.m. Dery-Wells is a poet and psychotherapist in private practice in Middleborough who specializes in deep healing work and uses fairy tales in her practice to illuminate developmental themes in the lives of women. She explains that fairy tales are allegories which have been passed down through the generations in folk culture to help orient us on our pathway toward adulthood and psychological wholeness. Dery-Wells invites the public to explore the feminine in fairy tales and the deeper meaning of the marriage of the Prince and Princess that marks their joyous and successful conclusion. Free with paid museum admission.

October 24, 2 p.m., Storytime for Children by Louise Dery-Wells. Children and their families are invited to come enjoy a reading by Louise Dery-Wells of select Grimmís Fairy Tales related to Fuller Craftís current exhibition Grimmís Fairy Tales Reinvented. Free with paid museum admission.

October 30, 2 p.m., Storytime for Children by Louise Dery-Wells. Children and their families are invited to come enjoy a reading by Louise Dery-Wells of select Grimmís Fairy Tales related to Fuller Craftís current exhibition Grimmís Fairy Tales Reinvented. Free with paid museum admission.

November 4, 7 p.m., Book signing and presentation by Maria Tatar, author of The Annotated Classic Fairy Tales, The Annotated Brothers Grimm, and The Hard Facts of the Grimmís Fairy Tales. Tatar, the John L. Loeb Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures at Harvard College and the Associate Dean, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, will lead a discussion on issues and themes in Grimmís Fairy Tales which will be followed by a book signing. Books will be available for purchase at Fuller Craft both before and during the event. Free with paid museum admission.

November 5, 4 p.m., Picturebook Storytime with Barbra Nadler, Librarian at Sharon Public Library. Children and their families are invited to come enjoy picture books of select Grimmís Fairy Tales related to Fuller Craftís current exhibition Grimmís Fairy Tales Reinvented as read by Barbra Nadler of Sharon Public Library. Free with paid museum admission.

Fuller Craft Museum is located at 455 Oak Street in Brockton, MA. Museum admission is $5/adults, $3/seniors and students, free for members and children under 12. For more information on any of these program please contact the Fuller Craft Education Department at education@fullercraft.org or visit www.fullercraft.org.

midori snyder
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(10/14/04 3:26 pm)

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Re: Fairy Tale Events-Boston/Providence region
Hey Dawn,

Thanks for this announcement--if you don't mind I am going to paste this over on the Endicott Bulletin Board which is there just for announcements like this! If you have any other events you would like to promote please feel free to do so not only here, but at Endicott as well:
pub31.ezboard.com/bendicottstudioformythicarts

dawn1881
Registered User
(10/15/04 12:15 pm)
Re: Fairy Tale Events-Boston/Providence region
Thank you for helping to spread the word!

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