What Is Identity? Moshi: A Series Event for Kids
MOSHI is a witty mustache which sticks on children’s face to teach them how to philosophize and express their ideas in artistic ways.
Every MOSHI workshop is unique but are based on 2 pillars : philosophy and arts. Indeed, philosophy is a tool to develop children’s creativity.
On Sunday May 21st, children will discuss what is identity? through games and express their ideas by creating masks!
All children from 5 to 13 years old are welcomed with their parents who are highly encouraged to participate. Intergenerational discussion is great for public reasoning.
Workshops are conducted in English and French. Suggested donation: $15
MOSHI is a nonprofit organization based in Paris, NYC, Boston. It is supported by UNESCO chair on the practice of philosophy with children. Since its lauching in July 2015, more than 2500 children and their parents have enjoyed philosophizing and creating artworks in different settings such as public events (Paris Plages, Figment Art Festival), museums, public gardens, public libraries, schools, bookstores, hospitals, birthday parties.
Contact and information: www.moshi-philo.org