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Thu, Feb 08


Peter Bullough Foundation

Intuitive Research Workshop

Find inspiration in the PBF library!

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Intuitive Research Workshop
Intuitive Research Workshop

Time & Location

Feb 08, 2024, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

Peter Bullough Foundation, 120 W Cork St, Winchester, VA 22601, USA

About the Event

Are you working on a new idea and need some inspiration? Or perhaps you’re feeling a bit stuck creatively and need another perspective on your project? Or maybe you’d just like to explore a library and wonder at its collections? Using intuitive research (coined by playwright Sibyl Kempson) can help you unlock new ideas and viewpoints so that you can encounter your work in fresh and surprising ways. Guided by Amanda L. Andrei, we will work collaboratively and individually to explore the Peter Bullough Foundation collections and come away with new directions for our projects, whatever stage they are in. Bring your ideas and curiosities! 

Events this season are graciously sponsored by First Bank and the Marion Park Lewis Foundation for the Arts.

About the Artist

Amanda L. Andrei is a playwright, literary translator, and theater critic residing in Los Angeles by way of Virginia/Washington DC. She writes epic, irreverent plays that center the concealed, wounded places of history and societies from the perspectives of diasporic Filipina women, and she co-translates from Romanian to English with her father, Codin Andrei. Her plays have been produced by Relative Theatrics and developed with Boston Court, NY Classical Theater, La MaMa, IAMA, Chalk Rep, Circle X, Echo Theatre, The Vagrancy, The Road Theatre, Pasadena Playhouse, Artists at Play, and others. Her play MAMA, I WISH I WERE SILVER won the 2022 Jane Chambers Award for Feminist Playwriting, and other work has received finalist status with the Princess Grace Award, Eugene O’Neill Conference, Playwrights Realm, Blue Ink Award, and Ashland Festival. She reviews theater for Stage Raw and the South Eastern European Film Festival, and her reviews of theater, poetry, and translated literature have appeared in American Theatre Magazine, Rappler, Hopscotch Translation, Barrelhouse Magazine, and more. She is one of three members of the Theatre Communications Group 2023 cohort of Rising Leaders of Color. MA: Georgetown, MFA: USC.


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