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Participatory Arts Family Day

Hull-House will host a theater-themed Participatory Arts Family Day on the last day of the month! Storyteller Lily Be will lead interactive workshops, and girl-powered camp {shecrew} will perform an encore of their new show Imperfect Truths: A Self-help Guide Book. Hull-House will offer free public tours, and story time in the Museum. Contribute your voice, join in theater games, share a story and watch ceramic wheel demonstrations with Hoofprint! Celebrate the legacy of arts at Hull-House and see the current exhibition for a free tour of Participatory Arts: Crafting Social Change on its last day! All events FREE with RSVP and open to all ages.


12:00-1:00 Story Time: Show Way by Jacqueline Woodson

12:30-1:30 Theater Games

1:00 & 1:30 Public Tour

2:00-3:30 Lily Be’s Storytelling Workshop (Dining Hall)

3:30-5:00 {shecrew} Theater Performance (Dining Hall)

Exquisite Narrative: draw and write to add to a community narrative

Lily Be produces The Stoop and Story Collider, leads storytelling workshops and performs throughout Chicago.Lily Be is a former workshop leader at The Second City and Moth GrandSLAM champion, dedicated to teaching others to find their own voice.

Jane Addams Hull-House Museum is home to {shecrew}, a year round program that provides space and expressive platforms for adolescent girls and gender expansive youth throughout Chicago. Their Summer Intensive culminates in Imperfect Truths: A Self-help Guide Book, a performance which explores coming to terms with oneself, our locations in the world and how we can support each other. Tickets for Imperfect Truths will be available on {shecrew}’s website: