TEMPLE TATTLE – THE MEOWING NUNS

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THE MEOWING NUNS – Tuesday, March 27 at 6:30 p.m.

Featuring Temple Artist Theresa Anderson and Miguel De La Torre, Professor of Social Ethics and Latina Studies at the Iliff School of Theology

In 17th Century France, there is a recorded case of nuns who, having experienced abuse in the convent, one-by-one went out to the town square and began to meow loudly, non-stop, for days. The town folk hired armed guards to beat the nuns and send them in retreat, back to the convent. This presentation will feature a discussion about Temple Artist Theresa Anderson’s recent performance based on this tale, “When I Was A Kitten,” along with co-presenter, Professor Miquel De La Torre, who will discuss the history of civil disobedience in religion and other forms of religious-based rebellions.

ABOUT TEMPLE TATTLE

Our artists have juicy secrets that they want to share with you…

Introducing Temple Tattle, PlatteForum’s second annual offering, in which we pair-up creatives from The Temple with the rabble-rousing change agents of our great city to show how we can make socially just communities through art. Our Tattle Tales present varying approaches in art and culture, on how to create an equitable society by challenging injustice and valuing diversity.

PlatteForum is proud to be the anchor agency of The Temple, a contemporary artists’ haven in the River North Art District of Denver, home to more than 30 professional artists and creative businesses.

To learn about past and upcoming Temple Tattle presentations, click HERE.

All talks are free and open to the public.
Generously supported by the Bonfils Stanton Foundation

Photo Courtesy of Black Cube
Photo Credit Sara Ford

“When I Was A Kitten”Curated by Cortney Lane Stell

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