How do we think about ourselves? What are the characteristics that define us? How are we viewed by others? Using both writing and collage we will explore these questions. Identity politics, morality, and personality, may all play a role in our thoughts.
Sarah Zahnstecher will lead us in this creative, interactive “colloquy.” She has been a member of the Brooklyn Society For Ethical Culture for 8 years. She has presented several colloquies there and facilitates a Racial Justice Book Group once a month. As a New York State Licensed Creative Arts Therapist, she loves the arts and believes in creative expression. It is a form of expanding on one’s own identity while beginning to understand others who are open to both verbal and/or nonverbal expression.
Music by Lindsey Wilson.
We also have a lively Ethics for Children program beginning at 11 am each Sunday. For more information see our website: http://www.rysec.org/ethics-for-children/
Gathering time (coffee and conversation): 11 - 11:15
Meeting: 11:15 - 12:30
Social time: 12:30 (people usually stay until 1 or 1:15)
You can find out more about our Sunday program schedule at http://www.rysec.org/sunday-meetings/