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Please join us for a special concert, featuring Margaret Murphy, professional storyteller, writer, teacher and community builder in Nanaimo.
The Wideness and Wonder of Georgia O’Keeffe, voted Best of the Nanaimo Fringe Festival in 2016, is a 60-minute celebration of the life and challenges of the innovative artist, from birth through her late eighties, when she was living in her beloved New Mexico.
Mark your calendars at 2 pm, Sunday September 27, 2020, and register on Zoom at (Sorry, this show is sold out, the registration link has been removed) After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Admission is by donation, to the Victoria Storyteller’s Guild. Donations can be made in three ways: via Paypal, an e-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can contact us to obtain a mailing address for a cheque. We suggest a $10.00 donation.
A sample of testimonials
Your performance … was outstanding!! I was moved, inspired and felt like I knew Georgia O’Keeffe as a person. Your timing was flawless and every sentence you spoke was eloquent. I thoroughly enjoyed myself!Aimee Greenaway, Curator, Nanaimo Museum
Elegant, grounded and real.Kevin Milbo, CHLY
You succeeded in taking me away to the sun-drenched, wide open spaces of New Mexico, and other places along the way. But Georgia’s interior journey was even more interesting and thought-provoking to me as a woman and an artist. I still feel the vibrations of Georgia’s words working inside me three days later.Rachel Muller, Writer, Storyteller
There were times when you spoke where the gesture and look were exactly hers. You chose some of our favorite quotes and pieced together a seamless story of an amazing woman…I loved it!Dyane Brown, Artist
A beautiful experience, an opportunity to see deeply into her life, way beyond the huge flowers. You brought us the landscape of New Mexico and the wideness of her life. I am richer for it.Miyo Stevens, Writer, Storyteller