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'Stories from Here' explores sense of place, features Laramie memories

'Stories from Here' explores sense of place, features Laramie memories

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Artist collective Sans façon's "Stories from Here," features a collection of personal memories that transport listeners "to different times and places through a read selection of funny, touching, and soul-shaking memories," through the voices of actors Anne Mason, Peter Parolin and Apphia Campbell, according to a press release from the Laramie Public Art Coalition.

The free, online event takes place 12 p.m. through May 8 on Facebook Live by presenting partner Wyoming Public Media. Catch the broadcast and find out more at the Wyoming Public Radio and Media Facebook page and Stories from Here Facebook event page. 

"Stories from Here" is developed from a collection of memories told by people in Calgary, Canada; Kansas City, Missouri; and Laramie, according to a press release. "Stories from Here" includes some from Sans façon's "Here, Laramie." The team collected residents' stories during visits in 2017 and 2018 using an interview exercise derived from theater rehearsal methods, psychoanalysis and police cognitive interview techniques. 

"What resulted is a collection of memories recalled in unexpected detail, bringing fascinating insights into people’s relationship to places and the complex diversity of human subconscious connection to geography," according to the press release. 

"Stories from Here" is supported locally by the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming, the Laramie Public Art Coalition and Wyoming Art Party.

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"The Crimson Dawn Association believes that holding our beloved event is not worth the risk of even one person becoming seriously ill or losing their life," the group said in an announcement. 

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