Exiled Voices School Tour

 

In the fall of 2016, in the wake of rising hate crimes and school bullying, Intrepid launched a community outreach and education program dedicated to cultivating empathy and understanding for vulnerable populations in our community through the power of visual and performing arts. The result was a stunning performance at the Horton Grand Theatre in March 2017, created by the most talented artists in our community.

Now, Exiled Voices comes to schools throughout Southern California, to give students the opportunity to learn about their refugee neighbors. With both live and projected performances of dance, spoken word poetry, original music, visual art and theatre, Exiled Voices engages students to open their hearts and minds to their peers, to protect the most vulnerable and to strengthen the school community.

Exiled Voices: The Refugee Art Experience School Tour includes –
• Two live performances
• Filmed interviews with the refugee students whose stories inspired each performance
• Film of two performances from March production
• Documentary short highlighting development of project
• Q and A with the performing artists and project facilitators
• Classroom materials to support experience

For more information or to book the Exiled Voices Refugee Art Experience 2018 School Tour, please fill out the form below and an Intrepid staff member will contact you within 48 hours. If you have questions, please contact education@intrepidtheatre.org or phone (760) 295-7541 ext. 2

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