Schedule – archive

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Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Revolution! Kick-off and Experimental Action Performance Art Night, in partnership with Goethe Pop Up Houston

8:00 pm, Notsouh, (314 Main Street)

Admission: $5

Join our Carnival-inspired protest march and experience experimental performance practices that interrogate our political world. Curated by Julia Claire Wallace

image: MIGRANTO Collective

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

“Black Sheep Don’t Lie,” performance art workshop with Larysa Bauge

Limited availability

Thursday, April 9, 2020

Liberation! Performance, in partnership with Goethe Pop Up Houston

6:00 pm, Blaffer Museum, University of Houston

Send postcards to elected officials, be a contestant in a political performance game, and participate in the Revolution of the Mommies . Curated by Julia Claire Wallace & facilitated by Melissa Noble

image: Lara Carvalho

Friday, April 10, 2020

Revolution! Academic Conference

8:00 am, Holocaust Museum Houston (5401 Caroline Street)

Scholars , activists, and artists put their heads together to consider what constitutes political action and how can we transform our shared world. Inspired by philosopher Hannah Arendt. Coordinated by Parish Conkling.

image: Esther Neff

Friday, April 10, 2020

Panel – Anti-human trafficking advocacy and creative practices

7:00 pm, A 2nd Cup (1111 East 11th Street)

Join moderator Francois Pointeau (Radar Talk Intimate) and panelists Dr. Jim Ball (Texas A&M University), Jennifer Decker (Mildred’s Umbrella Theater Company), Dr. Kerry Ward (Rice University), and A 2nd Cup as they discuss organizations, practices, and projects that address the issue of human trafficking.

Abbey Hepner

Saturday, April 11, 2020

Revolution! Academic Conference

8:00 am, Holocaust Museum Houston (5401 Caroline Street)

Scholars , activists, and artists put their heads together to consider what constitutes political action and how can we transform our shared world. Inspired by philosopher Hannah Arendt. Coordinated by Parish Conkling.

image: Abbey Hepner

Saturday, April 11, 2020

Freedom! Performance, in partnership with Goethe Pop Up Houston

7:30 pm, Holocaust Museum Houston (5401 Caroline Street)

Social Movement Dance Company addresses appropriation and appreciation. Julia Barbosa Landois questions our commitment to the environment. Sierra Ortega tackles mental illness. Miranda Zapata explores the lives of women of color. Sarah Sudhoff memorializes Life Flight.

image: Social Movement Dance Company

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