Born 1000 Times

ABOUT

Good Neighbor Program Directions Accessibility

a zine by Liliana Padilla + friends

2020/21 Season

Good Neighbor Program Directions Accessibility
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What has grown, died and transformed in my community? How do we share wisdom and grief?

Playwright & NYTW Artistic Instigator Liliana Padilla brings us into conversations with some of their dearest friends. Born 1000 Times is woven with visual artist Mojdeh Rezaeipour into a collage of questions and space that we can hold in our hands to mark and ask where we are.

READ THE DIGITAL VERSION OF BORN 1000 TIMES HERE.

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NEWS

  • Creator

    LILIANA PADILLA‘s work explores community, the body, power and healing. How to Defend Yourself won the Yale Drama Series Prize, was an international Susan Smith Blackburn Prize Finalist and was featured on The Kilroy’s list. Liliana’s work has been produced at the Humana Festival, Victory Gardens Theatre and the La Jolla Playhouse, and workshopped at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Hedgebrook and the Ojai Playwrights Conference. Liliana teaches at Dartmouth College and the Sewanee Writers Conference. Liliana is a theatremaker, performer, teacher and creative doula. MFA Playwriting: UCSD, BFA Theatre: NYU.

  • Visual Artist

    MOJDEH REZAEIPOUR is an Iranian-born artist whose interdisciplinary practice bridges over a decade of her work in the world as an architect, storyteller and community organizer. Her research and creative projects are often excavations of material memory and experiments in decolonial worldmaking. Mojdeh has exhibited in a wide range of venues nationally and internationally, from DIY project spaces in Berlin to museums such as The Phillips Collection.  She is currently based in Washington DC, where she is an Artist In Residence with Henry Luce III Center for Art and Religion at Wesley Theological Seminary. www.mojdeh.art

Liliana Padilla / Creator

LILIANA PADILLA‘s work explores community, the body, power and healing. How to Defend Yourself won the Yale Drama Series Prize, was an international Susan Smith Blackburn Prize Finalist and was featured on The Kilroy’s list. Liliana’s work has been produced at the Humana Festival, Victory Gardens Theatre and the La Jolla Playhouse, and workshopped at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Hedgebrook and the Ojai Playwrights Conference. Liliana teaches at Dartmouth College and the Sewanee Writers Conference. Liliana is a theatremaker, performer, teacher and creative doula. MFA Playwriting: UCSD, BFA Theatre: NYU.

Mojdeh Rezaeipour / Visual Artist

MOJDEH REZAEIPOUR is an Iranian-born artist whose interdisciplinary practice bridges over a decade of her work in the world as an architect, storyteller and community organizer. Her research and creative projects are often excavations of material memory and experiments in decolonial worldmaking. Mojdeh has exhibited in a wide range of venues nationally and internationally, from DIY project spaces in Berlin to museums such as The Phillips Collection.  She is currently based in Washington DC, where she is an Artist In Residence with Henry Luce III Center for Art and Religion at Wesley Theological Seminary. www.mojdeh.art