expERIEnce My Home, a New Little Video Series!

Introducing expERIEnce My Home!

We’ve partnered with families from different cultures who now live in Erie. Each has captured video welcoming you into their home. Every Wednesday and Saturday at 9am beginning January 30th, we will share a video that introduces you to each of their cultures and lives. Meet kids from India, Puerto Rico, Congo, Syria, Nepal, Bosnia and Palestine!

February 24th
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Bosnia

Meet Imany, who was born in Bosnia. She shares her love of reading and making art, teaches us some Bosnian words, how to make Bosnian pastry, and demonstrates her prayer ritual. She also talks about her favorite parts of the Museum!

 

February 20th
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Palestine

Meet Sham, a 12-year-old Erieite. Sham’s mother is Palestinian, and her father is Syrian.  Sham tells us about the city of Nazareth (her mother’s home), gives a recipe for lentil soup, teaches us a bit of Arabic, and demonstrates some fabulous dancing.

February 17th
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Nepal

Meet the Ghising family. They are Tamang, one of Nepal’s many ethnic groups. They give you a taste of Tamang language, clothing, music, and dance and teach us a little about Buddhism.

 

February 13th
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Syria

Meet Mustafa and his family from Syria. He will teach you some Arabic words, take you around their house, introduce you to some Syrian food, and show you a dance they do at weddings.

February 10th
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Congo

Meet Bena, Angel, Axel, their other five siblings and their parents from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Learn to count in Swahili, how they welcome visitors, carry babies, and dance!

February 6th
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Puerto Rico

Meet Elias and Caleb, two boys from Puerto Rico, and their mother as they teach you some Spanish, model traditional dress, and discuss weather, the Children’s Museum, and their favorite foods!

January 30th 
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India

Meet Ruhee and her parents from India. She will show you how they celebrate Diwali, the Hindu festival of light with art, beautiful clothes, dancing, snacks and a song.

This project was funded by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, and AHN-Saint Vincent Hospital. Support for this program is also provided from an Erie Arts & Culture Project Grant, made possible by community contributions to the United Arts Fund and the Erie Arts Endowment.

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