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Jun. 13, 2018 8:28 am

11 Days of Love Stories is for storytellers seeking connection

The event series features workshops, screenings and panels around the city through Thursday, June 21.

Love Now Media.

(Photo via facebook.com/LoveNowMedia)

Jos Duncan is on a mission of love.

The multimedia producer started her social enterprise, Love Now Media, last year to tell stories “that lean toward justice, wellness and equity.”

That includes 11 Days of Love Stories, a mini-festival featuring free storytelling events across the city with partners ranging from WHYY and the African American Museum of Philadelphia to Germantown coffeeshop Uncle Bobbie’s Coffee and Books and filmmaker Ava DuVernay’s ARRAY.

The series kicked off its second year on Monday with a reception at CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia and Tuesday with a storytelling workshop at Uncle Bobbie’s. The series’ theme: “Love, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.”

“The love storytelling workshops are not just for writers and storytellers,” Duncan wrote in a press release, “but for anyone looking to connect with the love as a value in building new relationships, healing, nurturing communities, advocating for justice, making a social impact and finding happiness amidst our world’s media climate which is often saturated with stories of chaos.”

Here are the other events you can find in the series through June 21:

Day 3: Wednesday, June 13

  • What — Love Storytelling Workshop at the Creative Genius Happy Hour
  • WhereFringeArts (140 N. Christopher Columbus Blvd.), 5 p.m.
  • How much — Free

Day 4: Thursday, June 14

  • What — Love Storytelling Workshop (women only)
  • Where — The Colored Girls’ Museum (4713 Newhall St.), 6 p.m.
  • How much — $7, includes mini-tour and refreshments

Day 5: Friday, June 15

  • What — The Love Story Exchange
  • Where — PhillyCAM (699 Ranstead St.), 6 p.m.
  • How much — Free

Day 6: Saturday, June 16

  • What — Love On Location: Vox Populi Storytelling on Camera (first come, first on camera)
  • Where — Love Park (1500 Arch S.), 1 to 2:30 p.m.
  • How much — Free

Day 7: Sunday, June 17

  • What — Love Online: Love Letter To My Father (write a love letter and use the hashtag #LoveLetterToMyFather)
  • Where — Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
  • How much — Free

Day 8: Monday, June 18

  • What — Love Storytelling Workshop
  • Where — Franny Lou’s Porch (2400 Coral St.), 6 to 8 p.m.
  • How much — Free (must make a purchase)

Day 9: Tuesday, June 19

  • What — Radical Love: The Art of Storytelling as a Lifeline (all-male “genius” panel featuring Raphael Xavier, Kash Goins, Ozzie Jones and Jeffrey Page)
  • WhereAfrican American Museum of Philadelphia (701 Arch St.), 6 to 8 p.m.
  • How much — $7, includes refreshments

Day 10: Wednesday, June 20

  • WhatMovie screening of “Jewel’s Catch One” with ARRAY (featuring a post-show discussion with Amber Hikes, director of Philadelphia’s Office of LGBT Affairs, and Cee Smith, LGBT angel investor)
  • WherePFS Roxy Theater (2023 Sansom St.), 7 p.m.
  • How much — $11

Day 11: Thursday, June 21

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