Discussion

social change

Sociology Society

Want to keep the diversity dialogue going?  Learn more about society and social change?

Or simply interested in being more involved?

Please Join Us for an informational/reorganization meeting of the

Sociology Society

Come find out what great events are being planned

( & enjoy PIZZA)

Wednesday Feb 9th @ 7:30pm

– or–

Sunday Feb 13th @ 4:00pm

—Bradley House Lounge

Please RSVP to ssmits@anselm.edu


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Diversity Dialogues & Mural Event Poster

Diversity Dialogue & Mural Event Poster

Diversity Dialogues & Mural Event Poster

Diversity Dialogue & Mural Event Poster

Poster Designed by Prof. Luke Buffenmyer, Department of Fine Arts, Saint Anselm College

A Special Residency Discussion and Multimedia Presentation Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett

Title: A Special Residency Discussion and Multimedia Presentation Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett
Location: Auditorium – NHIOP
Description: A Special Residency Discussion and Multimedia Presentation
Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett
Christpher McElroen’s celebrated iconic post-Katrina nationally touring production

Friday, February 11, 2011
3:00 pm, Auditorium – Dana Center

Originally produced in association with The Classical Theatre of Harlem

In November 2007, Christopher McElroen partnered with renowned visual artist Paul Chan and New York public arts organization Creative Time to reach out into the New Orleans community to stage free site specific performances of Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot in the Katrina-devastated neighborhoods of Gentilly and the Lower Ninth Ward. The Times-Picayune, The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Nation, Artforum and NPR all followed the story of Godot in New Orleans, calling the project “incisive,” “inspired,” “remarkable,” “exemplary,” “ever-inventive,” and “multifaceted… various in form and meaning, communal, physically ephemeral yet socially and politically continuing.” Director Christopher McElroen, along with members of the cast of Waiting for Godot, gives an engaging multimedia presentation about this extraordinary community development through the arts initiative.
Digging deeper and using Godot in New Orleans as a roadmap, McElroen speaks to the challenges of producing site-specific theatre and the importance of building community ownership of political and socially relevant art and theatre.

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Start Time: 15:00
Date: 2011-02-11