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Angela Kariotis: Rehearsing for the Future: Performance Technologies for Healing Centered Education

Angela Kariotis is a community engaged culture worker and educator building creative programs serving the needs of cities, institutions, and students of all ages for public good. Kariotis integrates restorative practices for a transformative learning experience and a healing centered education. Using a design thinking framework and appreciative inquiry for experiential learning, Kariotis synthesizes art-making for social entrepreneurship. Angela is winner of a NJSCA fellowship in playwriting, a National Performance Network Creation Fund Award, and a Tennessee Williams Theater Fellowship. As a performance artist, she’s been presented by venues such as UCLA, University of Texas at Austin, People’s Light, Legion Arts in Iowa, and Contact Theater in Manchester, UK. Kariotis is Curriculum Director and Facilitator of Walking the Beat, a national arts education program interrogating the history of police, the way we police each other, and ideating alternative cultures of care. Learn more about her commitments at https://angelakariotis.squarespace.com/

Part 1: Artist Talk and Performance – Monday, March 28th, 2022
In-Person // 10:05-11:25am  – Location: Plangere 235

Part 2: Workshop – Wednesday March 30th, 2022
In-Person // 2:45-4:20pm – Location: Plangere 235

RSVP required: Please contact Deanna Shoemaker, Associate Professor in the Department of Communication (dshoemak@monmouth.edu) to RSVP.

 

Angela Kariotis: Rehearsing for the Future: Performance Technologies for Healing Centered Education

Angela Kariotis is a community engaged culture worker and educator building creative programs serving the needs of cities, institutions, and students of all ages for public good. Kariotis integrates restorative practices for a transformative learning experience and a healing centered education. Using a design thinking framework and appreciative inquiry for experiential learning, Kariotis synthesizes art-making for social entrepreneurship. Angela is winner of a NJSCA fellowship in playwriting, a National Performance Network Creation Fund Award, and a Tennessee Williams Theater Fellowship. As a performance artist, she’s been presented by venues such as UCLA, University of Texas at Austin, People’s Light, Legion Arts in Iowa, and Contact Theater in Manchester, UK. Kariotis is Curriculum Director and Facilitator of Walking the Beat, a national arts education program interrogating the history of police, the way we police each other, and ideating alternative cultures of care. Learn more about her commitments at https://angelakariotis.squarespace.com/

Part 1: Artist Talk and Performance – Monday, March 28th, 2022
In-Person // 10:05-11:25am  – Location: Plangere 235

Part 2: Workshop – Wednesday March 30th, 2022
In-Person // 2:45-4:20pm – Location: Plangere 235

RSVP required: Please contact Deanna Shoemaker, Associate Professor in the Department of Communication (dshoemak@monmouth.edu) to RSVP.

 

Black History Month Open Mic Night – Joy, Justice and Solidarity

Flyer for Open Mic Night - Joy, Justice and Solidarity from 6 to 8 p.m. on Monday, February 28, 2022 as part of Black History Month. Click or tap image to view detailed image

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CommWorks: Students Committed to Performance and the MU Intercultural Center invite you to join us for the Black History Month Open Mic Night – Joy, Justice and Solidarity from 6 to 8 p.m. on Monday,  February 28 at the Student Center Fireplace Lounge.

Performances should be 3 to 5 minutes long and can include poetry, recitation, song, prose and more!

$25 Prizes Awarded to Top Performers!

Want to practice? Join in on the CommWorks weekly practice sessions every Wednesday from 2:50 to 4:20 p.m. in Plangere Room 235.

You can sign up now in advance or sign up at the event.