Survival, Economies, Music
Comm. 665: Performance, Politics, and Culture
in Partnership with Carolina Performing Arts and Creative Futures.
Spring 2020 VIRTUAL Final Performance
7pm EST | Saturday, May 2
Please click the link below to join the webinar on Saturday, May 2nd at 7:00PM :
Webinar ID: 958 6190 4780
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The Process Series; New Works in Development
Comm. 665 in 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. Our Spring 2020 course was 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. This was the first course in a multi-year collaboration.
Saturday, May 2nd, 2020