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Museums:

National Civil War Naval Museum

     *Associate Artist

Columbus Museum

Northeast Georgia History Center

     *Associate Artist

Beulah Rucker Oliver Museum

       *Associate Artist

 

Theater Experience:

My Life, My Time, My School:

     The Beulah Rucker Oliver Story

Shakin’ the Mess Outta Misery

Freedom’s Tide

Clybourne Park

Stimulus

Blues for Mama

Words

Neat

Measure for Measure

The Importance of Being Earnest

Ceremonies of Dark Old Men

For Colored Girls…

Blues for an Alabama Sky

Jitney

Coaching:

Fountain City Youth Slam Coach 

*Awarded Outstanding Community Service Project 2013

 

Hosting:

National Poetry Slam 2016

Fountain City Slam

Fountain City Open MIc

Marlee’s Coffee House Open Mic

 

Civic Groups + Organizations + More:

New American Freedom Train National Campaign

Rho Rho Gamma Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc.  Emerging Young Leaders

2x Grand Slam Champion GS Slam

2014 Art Amok Slam Team

Grand Slam Finalist Art Amok

Anti-Binge Drinking Campaign

FOXIE 105 Jazz Fest

Television + Film:

Lexus Verses & Flow Season 6 Special

Lexus Verses & Flow Season 4

3 Minute Activist Soul of Slam

 

Schools + Colleges  + Universities:  

Albany State University

Brenau University

Columbus State University

Georgia Southern University

George Washington University

Savannah State University

University of California Berkeley

Blackmon Road Middle School

Charles Drew Charter School

Fort Middle School

Ivy Preparatory Academy at Kirkwood

Ivy Preparatory Academy at Gwinnett

Ivy Prep Young Men’s Leadership Academy

Kendrick High School

Lonnie Jackson Academy

Martin Luther King Jr Elementary School

Shaw High School

Spencer High School

St. Marys Magnet Academy

Wynnton Arts Academy

Muscogee County Juvenile Drug Court Program

Muscogee County School District

Muscogee Youth Detention Center


 

Spoken word poetry can be a tool for literacy, empowerment, engagement, education, and community-building that can be used in classrooms across content areas.
Workshops are tailored to your student’s needs – whether beginners, experts, or somewhere in between. Encouraging people to engage with the world around them and use spoken word poetry as an instrument through which they can explore and better understand their community, their society, and ultimately themselves.

Spoken word performance + workshop

Living history in the classroom is an educational process that blends humanities with multiple arts including theater drama, writing, music, dance, visual and apparel arts, and historical storytelling.
In the spirit of Harriet Tubman, students will be motivated to ignite change within by engaging in workshop activities. Student workshops are tailored to your organizational needs.

living history performance + workshop