Today is the last day to sign up for this year's Diversity Monologue Contest. It is going to be an incredible experience...as it is the program's 10th anniversary and we are doing it up big. For more information or last minute questions please do not hesitate to contact Sophie Hearne at firstname.lastname@example.org or email email@example.com
Here is information about the upcoming workshops for the DMC! We are still looking for people to participate so if you are interested please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Workshop 1 (Nov 5th 5p-7p @ Landis): Making Sense of Me, is a co-lead with Don Domenici from the Wellness Center. During this workshop participants will explore potential topics (around identity and diversity) that they might incorporate into their piece.
Workshop 2: Crafting the message. During this workshop participants will continue the work they started in the first workshop and learn the basics of crafting their story into a compelling and engaging piece of performance.
Workshop 3: The Art of Performance. During this workshop participants will run through the basics of performance…how to transform their written piece into a live performance.
Sponsored by the Voices of the People under the Office of Diversity Initiative
10TH ANNUAL DIVERSITY MONOLOGUE CONTEST
A DECADE OF CELEBRATING THE POWER OF STUDENT VOICES
Become a part of the tradition!
Write and workshop your own spoken-word poem or monologue
about your identity, experience, and resistance
Take part in a series of three workshops
and perform your piece at the DMC
alongside your peers for a chance to win cash prizes
Workshops to occur throughout November leading up to the DMC on November 30th
Email email@example.com for more information or to hold your spot. Space is limited.
*Performance at the DMC is not required for workshop participation