Crooked Path of Grief
- Watauga County Library
- 11.01.2021 - 11.30.2021
- So it's getting pretty chilly outside our outdoor story time is moving into the meeting room on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 11am. Please wear a mask inside. If it's warm enough we will be outside on the library lawn. Bring a blanket or something cozy for
During this pandemic, we have all experienced loss in one way or another. The Library is partnering with local artist Andi Gelsthorpe to provide an interactive art installation on the lawn in November titled "The Crooked Path of Grief". This installation is meant to create a temporary safe and sacred space for reflection and recognition of those losses. The Grief flags are inspired by the Buddhist tradition of prayer flags which are hung with the intention that the wind will blow goodness and healing throughout the land.
Monday, November 1 at 6 pm on the lawn (weather permitting)
The Kick Off will feature an original reading from writer and poet Amber Moodie- Dyer
This project is funded by an artist support grant through the NC Arts Council in collaboration with the Watauga Arts Council and the Watauga County Public Library