Many Cultures, One Community: A Live Storytelling Event
Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012, 5pm-7pm in The Carbone Family Auditorium.
In honor of the 2011-12 campus theme, Utica College presents: “Many Cultures, One Community: a Live Storytelling Event.” On February 22nd, from 5-7pm in Carbone Auditorium, the campus and surrounding community gather to share stories that celebrate our diverse origins, and ultimate commonalities.
There is limited space on the official lineup, so if you have interest in sharing a 5-minute (or less) story that illustrates your culture of origin, your assimilation into another culture, or the different cultures of which you are a part, please send a short bio and story summary to Professor Melissa Febos: firstname.lastname@example.org Storytellers should be available from 4-8pm on February 22nd, and will be notified of a rehearsal prior to the 22nd.
The event is open to the public, and there will be some time reserved at the conclusion of our scheduled storytelling for impromptu, “open-mic” stories. At 4:30pm, there will be a reception in the Economic Crime and Justice Studies Building lobby, preceding the storytelling.
To view the flier for this event, click here.
For More Information Contact: Professor Melissa Febos, email@example.com