Hosting A CommuniTea
Interested in creating your own CommuniTea Quilts or curating an installation of the Reflections in Tea quilts at your venue?
Would you like to host a CommuniTea to bring your community together for a program of sharing, or create an interdisciplinary project focusing on the inspiration of Tea, healthy meals and Community?
“The tea project was a most unusual way to bring people together in a convivial setting as they recollected important memories, shared stories and made art. The project supported the Guild’s mission of building community in a unique and effective manner.”
Director of Arts
441 W. 26th Street
NY, NY 10001
“In Tea Cart Stories passersby are invited into a cart to share a cup of tea and stories about tea with the artist, Michele Brody. It offers pedestrians a delightful opportunity to transform their day with a chance meeting – exploring the boundaries of privacy in the public realm.“
“Every stage of Brody’s performances/sculptures (of Reflections in Tea) brings with them a feeling of serenity, meant, I’m sure, to help combat the stresses of our hectic modern world.”
“I’m very thankful for my experience at Michele’s CommuniTea event. Through this, I was able to bring together tea with my neighborhood of The Bronx, both of which I love dearly. This experience was more than just a cup of tea with Michele. This was the sharing of my mind and spirit with members of my community.”
Bronx CommuniTea will be part of the Bronx Museum’s Senior Programs. The Bronx Museum is committed to supporting all members of our diverse community with unique and tailored programming, and we see Brody’s work as an ideal way to provide ongoing engagement with our senior museum visitors.”
“Engaging and interactive tea ceremonies hosted by Michele Brody allowed the Prescott community to become participants in the exhibition process. Friends, families, groups of artists and individual community members arrived at the gallery to drink tea and document their experiences. Their stories, poetry and drawings made on tea sacs were assembled into a tea quilt.”