We found that the common thread between our sources was a question. The question we ask with our sources is how original is original, and what that means. We are trying to define and contemplate the boundaries between something completely unoriginal, a original story, and a lie. Stories have a big impact on our memories, so finding a way to differentiate a lie from an original story or already existing story is important.
Also here are a few events for this week! (courtesy of the Eric Carle Museum webpage)
In The Auditorium
Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter Public School presents:
Goldilocks & the Three Bears: An Epic
February 19 – February 22, 2013
11:00 am and 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm
$6 (Members $5)
So you think you know this tale? Think again! In this epic adaptation written by Jack Neary, there’s a lot more in store for Goldy, our little blond curiosity seeker, than three bears, some chairs, and bowls of breakfast food. Some annoying neighborhood kids, a pack of crazy Wolfettes, a fourth bear named Uncle Chester who may not be a bear at all, Little Red Riding Hood and even Rapunzel join forces to create an adventure for the ages! Poor Goldy! All she wanted was to take a nice little walk in the forest. Goldilocks & The Three Bears: An Epic is a show for the whole family to enjoy!
Tickets may be purchased in advance at the Museum Admissions Desk or by calling (413) 658-1126.
In The Reading Library
Special Storytime with Rebecca Rule and Jennifer Thermes
February 22, 2013
Free with Museum Admission
Thrill to the tale of a great sledding adventure as author Rebecca Rule reads from her latest book, The Iciest, Diciest, Scariest Sled Ride Ever! Rebecca will be joined by artist Jennifer Thermes who will share sketches and art from the book, and demonstrate how an illustrator creates pictures to tell a story.
In The Auditorium
Northampton Community Music Center Family Concert Series
The Deedle Deedle Dees
February 23, 2013
$6 (Cash or check only, beginning at 10:30 am day of the show.)
The Deedle Deedle Dees are an educational rock band based in Brooklyn, NY. Since October 2003, the band has been entertaining audiences with songs inspired by history and science – Underground Railroad, Nellie Bly, Rancher Ants – as well as simple movement-based tunes like Play Your Hand and Vegetarian T-Rex. Come dressed as anyone from a Deedle Deedle Dees song and receive a special prize!
Ticket sales begin at 10:30, no advanced sales. Museum Admission Extra. Limited seating, early arrival recommended.
Sponsored by the Northampton Community Music Center, 93.9 The River, and The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art. Proceeds benefit the Northampton Community Music Center Scholarship Fund.