Survival, Creativity, and Currency: Unearthing Truths

Written by Toshi Reagon and COMM 655 students
December 1-2 at 7:30pm

At Swain Hall Black Box Theatre

COMM 665 is an arts-based inquiry into the ways in which performance and theatricality structure contemporary politics, culture, and everyday life, as well as the ways in which artists utilize performance as a mode of political engagement. This course, now in its third year of a multi-year collaboration, is taught by Department of Communication Professors Renée Alexander Craft and Joseph Megel in collaboration with international musician, artist, and Andrew W. Mellon Creative Futures Fellow Toshi Reagon.

 

Co-sponsored by Creative Futures and Carolina Performing Arts

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