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Prison & Reentry Arts Techniques Teacher Training Presented by TheatreWorkers Project in Partnership with Lincoln Heights Youth Arts Center

Jan 11, 2020 @ 12:00 AM
Jan 12, 2020 @ 11:59 PM

9 Spaces Available

This January Lincoln Heights Youth Arts Center hosts TheatreWorkers Project, a training program for teaching artists and arts administrators on understanding and serving incarcerated and formerly incarcerated populations.

Susie Tanner, Director and Master Teaching Artist, with TheatreWorkers Project artists, an academic adviser, and returned citizens, will lead participants through two all-day sessions, including a hands-on workshop on teaching techniques, a survey of current prison reentry programs, and active TheaterWorkers Project projects. Participants can also attend performance events by TheaterWorkers Project at California State Prison-LAC/Lancaster as a follow up activity.

Taking place Saturday, January 11 and Sunday, January 12, 2020, there is a $50 registration fee, refunded upon completion of the training. Interested participants can sign up by sending an email to aic.pd2020@gmail.com.

The training will take place at DCA Lincoln Heights Youth Arts Center, located at 2911 Altura Street, Los Angeles, CA 90031.

Saturday, January 11
10 AM – 8 PM
—Panel: Voices of 3 Formerly Incacerated Men
—Video Screenings
—Unpacking the Documentation Process
—TheatreWorkers Project Techniques Training Workshop

Sunday, January 12
11 AM – 6 PM
—Arts in Prison Presentation by Antwan Banks Williams, Co-Founder of the Ear Hustle Podcast, Visual Artist & Musician
—Education/Incarceration – Dr. Kamran Afary, Cal State LA & CSP-LAC Professor
—Working Inside with Female Populations
—Scripting Participant-written Material
—Performance of “to be FREE” by TWP’s Project Re/Frame ensemble
—Next Steps—Call to Action

TO REGISTER complete the information below and email to aic.pd2020@gmail.com
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A registration fee of $50 will be refunded upon completion of the two-day training.
Pay via Zelle to twproject83@gmail.com
or by check made out to TheatreWorkers Project sent to PO Box 411884, LA, CA


Lincoln Heights Youth Art Center
2911 Altura st.
Los Angeles, CA 90031 United States
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(323) 224-0928

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