Poetic Portraits of a Revolution

Poetic Portraits of a Revolution

Multi-media and spoken word performance, a lens into Egypt, Tunisia, Long Roads to Freedom.

Friday and Saturday, Gerrard Hall, UNC Campus

8 PM

* Can fill 1 of your required performances for this semester.

(*Incredible work – exactly in the theme of our course in liberation performance, these young men – students, poets, performance facilitators – traveled to Egypt and Tunisia to document the tactics, images of revolution, the poetics and lived proverbs of people fighting for self-determination. I do not know what it will hold, but I know I respect these artists a *lot* and want you to get a chance to see them in action, for your own learning).

 

 

 

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About mariegarlock

Marie (itisinyou.org) is a performing artist, health communicator, & UNC-CH PhD candidate in Communication. In NC & globally, she partners with people facing life-threatening illnesses--like advanced cancer, HIV, & health harms from toxic waste exposures--as they lead creative initiatives to shift culture and policy toward health justice. She partners with diverse communities seeking health, environmental, & racial justice with methods in (1) oral history & critical ethnography (audio interviews, participant- & community-based research), (2) performing arts (story, dance/movement, & visual installation in live productions & public workshops), (3) community-generated health communication (narrative, policy-focused, & strategic messaging). In parallel with her teaching & research, Marie is a certified InterPlay Arts & Social Change facilitator, & Breast Cancer Action "Community Leader for Change."

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