The Personal Stories of Objects: “My First Summer Romance”
Date: Wednesday, August 2, 2017
Time: Stories begin at 7 PM / Bar opens at 5 PM for happy hour
Location: Roger Smith Hotel, 501 Lexington Avenue at 47th Street
This event is free and open to the public
Click here to RSVP to Danika Druttman or call (212) 339-2092
On this intimate evening, five carefully curated storytellers are invited to present an object that has an extraordinary personal story attached to it. The selected participants hail from a broad spectrum of professional disciplines, and their chosen objects represent equally diverse fields of interests and experiences.
James McEhinney, an oral historian, is conducting oral history interviews for the Smithsonian amongst others.
Flash Rosenberg, New York artist, performer and public speaker, for a long time she was the artist in residence at New York Public Library. She has presented stories for The Moth on numerous occasions. The Moth is a legendary live storytelling series dedicated to the art of unscripted, first-person storytelling, their podcast is the easiest way to access the experience.
Noah Harlan is an independent film producer. He is also a Moth regular.