"Arts in Action" Launch Workshops

Tuesday, September 21, 2021 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.

The UCF School of Performing Arts's newly formed Socially Engaged Performing Arts (SEPA) committee is hosting a series of workshops to launch "Arts in Action," our 2021–2022 programming. Any interested students, faculty and alumni are welcome to attend this series of workshops designed to educate, engage and inspire. The first workshop will introduce Socially Engaged Art, and the following three workshops will explore important issues related to creating art with diverse community populations. Workshops will be presented by guest artists from around the nation, UCF alumni and UCF faculty and students.

Workshops will be held in Zoom. Register for one or both days of programming at the following link: https://ucf.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAqf--upzMiG9H2Y7oFCRYwEQrhpn-R-w9U 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. These events are open to UCF students, alumni and faculty.

"Arts in Action" Launch Workshops 
Tuesday, 9/21:
3:00 "What is Socially Engaged Art?" presented by Floor Grootenhuis and Brianna Harlan
4:00 "Intimacy Training, Trust, and Community" presented by Kate Busselle

Thursday, 9/23
3:00: "Building Community One Story at a Time" presented by Playback UCF and Sybil St. Claire
4:00 "Culturally Responsive Art," presented by Felichia Chivaughn


 What is SEPA? We define SEPA as performing arts that involves the community, including applied performing arts projects with various community populations, work developed for/with youth, performing arts aiming to create social change, and research projects within this domain. 

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