Location: 4448 EH
Theatre of the Oppressed: Life Issues Take Stage
Thursday, April 10th 8-10pm
4448 East Hall
In the 1960's, activist Augusto Boal created Theatre of the Oppressed (T.O) ~ which uses interactive theatre as a space to dialogue about social justice issues such as class, race, sexual identity and privilege. Audience members become actors and active participants as we explore these issues together.
Come join SAIF SPACES for our first ever Theatre of the Oppressed workshop! See how theatre can express life issues and how YOU can become a performer (no experience needed!!)
Social Justice and the Arts Interactive Forum: Creating a movement through the arts
The Program on Intergroup Relations
Location: Room 2229, School of Ed
Community and academy: a dialog
Location: Ford Library
Journalist/Author Robin Wright
April 9, 2008, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.
ANN ARBOR -- The distinguished diplomatic correspondent for the Washington Post discusses her much anticipated new book "Dreams and Shadows: The Future of the Middle East." Booksigning and reception follow. Free. Open Seating. Details call (734) 205-0555.
Location: Duderstadt Center Gallery, 2281 Bonisteel Blvd., Ann Arbor MI
Wednesday, April 9
5:30 – 8:00 p.m., Duderstadt Center Gallery, 2281 Bonisteel Blvd., Ann Arbor MI
Location: 124 East Quad
Wednesday the 9th---
Sustainable Food Expo- 124 East Quad- 3 pm to 5 pm-
Free food from socially-minded restaurants, including Silvio's Organic Pizza! Hosted by the RC Sustainability Forum.
Location: 4448 East Hall
Talk on Neurons by Stephen Grossberg
Location: U-Club, Mich Union
P.R.O. F. Talk on Drug Abuse
Location: G-634, Haven Hal
Inner View: A glimpse into their lives!
Photography by children living in the slums of Chennai, India. What
happens when a child is given a camera and asked to snap away a week
of his/her life?
The exhibit is organized by Inner PACE, a UM student group that works
with underprivileged children in India. Inner PACE volunteers will be
present to answer questions.
FREE! Tuesday, April 8th, 1 pm - 3 pm, G-634, Haven Hall, light snacks
will be provided
Location: Room 1636 International Institute / SSWB
CSAS Marginal Life Film Series: "Sujata"
Tuesday, April 8th, 6:30 – 9:30pm
Room 1636 International Institute / SSWB
The classic film by Bimal Roy (director of the original Devdas) that explores societal attitudes towards caste in post-Independence India.
Refreshments will be served – enjoy samosas and pakoras at 6:30pm. Film will start promptly at 7:00pm.
Location: 2760 Wyly Hall
Economic growth in the Middle East; A talk