Actress, playwright, educator, arts advocate, and Chair of the Board of the Theatre Communications Group (TCG) Nikkole Salter will lead a virtual conversation featuring dancer, choreographer, and teacher Dianne McIntyre, award-winning poet, playwright, novelist, essayist, and recording artist Carl Hancock Rux, playwright and director Octavio Solis, and playwright and stage director Chay Yew on Friday, April 16 at 8pm CST/9pm EST.
This free webinar event is presented as part of the black album. mixtape., the second phase of a unique, three-part theatrical project titled the black album conceived by Meadows Distinguished Visiting Artist Regina Taylor ’81, a Golden Globe-winning actor, director and playwright, and presented in partnership with Southern Methodist University (SMU).
Ms. Taylor is curating a series of presentations and events – student and artist lead – that promote nationwide conversations that explore identity, technology, social justice and creativity in these fast shifting times.
“Our definition of art is expansive, intersecting, and inclusive of any medium or practice engaged in architecting and designing a more just and liberated future — from dreamers and gamers, to policy makers and scholars.”
Black Album Mixtape invites artists to answer the question: After 2020, what is it to be me?
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