Tapestry of Anger – The Paradox of Silence

The Burrell Collection
2060 Pollokshaws Rd, Glasgow, G43 1AT, United Kingdom

How does it feel to be silent in a room full of loud voices?
In this workshop, led by Heshani Sothiraj Eddleston, we will explore the paradox of silence: why we stay silent, why we get angry, and whether we can feel safe to give voice to our truth.
Participants will have a chance to write, sketch, and air their grievances, without being judged, in a cathartic act to tell their stories. All these words or artwork will culminate into a large tapestry, which each participant will decide whether to keep or get rid of. And then create a new hopeful story.
Heshani Sothiraj Eddleston is a Sri Lankan-born, Edinburgh-based visual storyteller. She uses photography and filmmaking to tell stories of our common humanity. Her work gives space for people to explore who we are without our storylines.

Register by emailing angela.massafra@glasgowlife.org.uk