Interstitium Story-telling Event!

The COVID pandemic has challenged all of us in unique and unexpected ways. To help tell those stories, the Northwest Narrative Medicine Collaborative (NWNMC) is proud to partner with the Metropolitan Alliance for Common Good (MACG) and Together+Well to share an evening of stories about what life has really been like for some of us in the last year.

This event will showcase three stories from healthcare workers and three stories from the communities they serve with an emphasis on the communities most impacted by COVID. It includes several stories from Latinx performers told in their native language and the entire event will be interpreted live for all to enjoy. Additionally, this particular show will feature opportunities to get involved with local community organizing efforts in Portland focused on addressing local health inequities.

Inspired already? Get your ticket now to find out what "The Interstitium" is all about. Tickets are available by donation (pay what you can, suggested donation $10), no one turned away for lack of funds.

For safety reasons, we'll be performing live from the Clinton Street Theater but broadcasting via Zoom so you can enjoy our lineup from wherever you like.

Get pumped! We look forward to seeing you there!

- Dr. Ben Colburn, The NWNMC, MACG, and Together+Well

Register here

Unsure what to expect? You can read more about "The Interstitium" as covered by the Willamette Week here.

May 26, 2021 at 7:00pm - 10pm