The Squad: Open MicThe Squad: Open Michttp://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/184101DC Black Box Theater2011-12-09T20:00:002011-12-09T21:30:00
December 9,2011 8:00PM–9:30PM
DC Black Box Theater
LAST OPEN MIC OF THE YEAR
preceded by the last installment of "Writing at the Crossroads: The intersection of Spoken Word and Photography"
Come to the last Open Mic of the year, featuring New York slam poet Daniel "Fritz" Silber-Baker.
Friday, December 9th, 8 pm, in the Black Box Theater under the DC
Bring poems, monologues, songs, etc.
Daniel “Fritz” Silber-Baker has run workshops and performed across the United States, sharing the stage with Angela Davis, Dennis Kucinich, Andre Nickatina, and Immortal Technique. Currently a member of the Intangible Arts Collective, Fritz has won numerous awards for his performances, including a National Championship and “Best Poet” at the Collegiate Poetry Slam Championships (CUPSI), Grand Slam Champion of the Bowery Poetry Club, and 6th place a member of the Urbana Poetry team at the 2011 National Poetry Slam Championships.
Last workshop of "Writing at the Crossroads: The intersection of Spoken Word and Photography"
Facilitated by Daniel "Fritz" Silber-Baker
Multicultural Center (Stokes 102)
FRIDAY, 12/9, 5:30-7:30 pm
The third of three workshops exploring the relationship between the visual and the verbal, images and words. Attendance of previous workshop not required.
This session will delve into more conventional elements of spoken word, helping participants hone performance technique as well as develop personal voice, both on the page and on the stage. Writing poetry inspired by photographs and taking photos inspired by writing, participants will come away from these workshops with a chapbook compiling the group’s collective work.
Organized by the SQUAD, Haverford's slam poetry collective
Sponsored by the Student Arts Fund
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