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SOS ART 2011

A community art show and event of creative expressions for Peace and Justice

May 27 – June 5 Art Academy of Cincinnati,
1212 Jackson St, downtown Cincinnati

Program of Events
(FREE and Open to the Public)

Friday May 27
6pm: Opening of the Art show

7pm: Introductory notes by Hans Schellhas, Artist and Professor, Northern Kentucky University; followed by Gallery Walk/Artists Talk

9pm: Potluck Reception and Music Entertainment with Terry Petersen, Vanessa Arrington and the "Lastboppers"

Saturday May 28 7pm: Poetry reading facilitated by Karen George, poet

9 - 10pm Performances for Peace and Justice:

Act: "SOS (Save Our Soul)"; 10 min; Spoken Word Performance by Tim Stegmaier

"Six October Days
"; 5 min; Computerized Poetry of Rush Limbaugh‟s talks, by Robert Spahr

Dance: "Rain"; 6 min; an antiwar solo danced by Ian Forsgren; Choreography & Costume: Diane Germaine; Composer: Zygmunta Koniecznego; Singer: Ewa Demarczyk

"You"; 6 min; solo dance performance Choreographed and Danced by Ian Forsgren; Music by: „+-„

Movies: "Flight, Fight, Freeze: the Power of Instinct"; 18 min; a dance event for inner city children about trauma healing, violence, and resolution; Choreography: Fanchon Shur

"Flight, Fight, Freeze: Instincts for Healthy Living"; 11 min; Choreography: Fanchon Shur

Sunday May 29 3 - 5pm: Panel discussion: "Teaching and Using Art for Peace and Justice: Shared experiences; Thoughts and future Possibilities", facilitated by Mary Donaldson, Cincinnati Enquirer, with panelists:

Lauri Aultman, Cincinnati Recreation Commission; Cedric Cox, Artist and Art Teacher; Emily Holtrop, Cincinnati Art Museum; Dugan Meyer, Public Allies; Nick Paddock, Visionaries and Voices; Steve Sunderland, Peace Village.

Saturday June 4 7pm: Poetry reading facilitated by Jerry Judge, poet

9pm: Songs for peace and justice by Paulette Meier, Lessonsongs

9:30 - 10pm: Solo Dance Performance for Peace and Justice by Tadashi Kato, Japanese dancer/choreographer

Sunday June 5 3pm: Movie: "Wal-Mart: the High Cost of Low Price"; 97 min; a documentary that takes the viewer behind the commercials and into the lives of workers and their families, business owners, communities

4:45 - 6pm: Artists discussion and closing potluck reception

Art Gallery Hours:
Tuesday - Thursday:
9am - 6pm Friday and Saturday: 9am - midnight Sunday: noon - 6pm

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