A theatre-inspired educational forum and workshop for girls ages 12-18. Youth explore historic racial inequality in American through voice, dance, theatre, writing, visual art and Ava Duvernay's documentary "13th". Youth will discover ways they can use the arts as a tool for justice, change and social healing while collaboratively working to create a short theatrical presentation. Themes include: Jim Crow, the War on Drugs, prison reform, justice, race, media and rhetoric.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Free parking is available in the Anderson Dance Studio lot.
What should I bring to the event?
All artists should bring paper/journal, pencils and dress comfortably to move. If available bring a tablet/laptop/Wi-Fi.
Dancers should bring all shoes. Leotard, tights, crop top and shorts are not necessary.
Visual artist should bring supplies of choice.
Vocalist should bring earphones and if available a tablet/iPod/etc.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
For questions email Ms. Daveisha at firstname.lastname@example.org
I want to consider a $10 donation. How can I support this event?
Your support will help to cover rental cost and instructional resources for the event.
Donations can be made online at anytime. An opportunity to donate will also be availble at the event.