The Laurel of Asheville‘s Community Events Calendar
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“Hello Death, Where Have You Been All My Life?” Exhibition
July 29 - September 16Free
Over the past two years, artist-researcher, community organizer, and Center for Craft grant recipient, Macon Reed has built Hello Death, Where Have You Been All My Life? an immersive installation that harnesses the social function of ritual space to reflect, process grief, heal, and envision alternative futures.
Unlike rituals that function in a prescribed order, Hello Death, Where Have You Been All My Life? implores viewers to prioritize what they value most, consider their cultural frameworks around death, and reflect on the potential of ritual and craft to heal.