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Wisconsin Tele-Stories Celebration
Join artist and TimeSlips Tele-Stories project lead, Cris Siqueira, and four Tele-Stories artist facilitators for a celebration of creative connections!

Since April 2021, TimeSlips artists have engaged in creative conversations by telephone with 40 elders from the Central and Northeastern regions of Wisconsin. This online celebration marks the conclusion of this Tele-Stories project, and will share heartfelt stories from the calls as well as beautiful artwork inspired by elder caller participants.

Learn from the artists, be inspired by the stories, and celebrate the creativity of TimeSlips Tele-Stories project participants.

This project was made possible by a grant provided by the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies in partnership with Aroha Philanthropies, with support through the Wisconsin Arts Board.

Jun 25, 2021 02:30 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Cris Siqueira
Project Lead @TimeSlips
Cris Siqueira is a multimedia artist originally from Brazil who has called Milwaukee home for over 15 years. She has Masters degrees in Film and History from UWM and is a 2014 Mary L. Nohl fellow. Cris is also co-owner of Lion’s Tooth, an indie bookstore in the Bay View neighborhood. She was a Tele-Stories Artist last year in the Milwaukee project and is now the project lead for the current round in the Central and Northeastern regions of Wisconsin.