HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHT
January 25 - January 31, 2016
Milwaukee Repertory Theater Stiemke Studio
108 East Wells St, Milwaukee, WI
January 25, 2016
5:30 – 8:00 pm
Art Talk at 6:15 pm by Kelly Parks Snider.
Panel discussion and performances to follow.
Opening event is free and open to the public.
Opening night features an art talk by the artist and a panel discussion with powerful voices on racial justice and equity: Jacquelyn Boggess of the Center for Family Policy and Practice, David Pate, on faculty at the Helen Bader School of Social Welfare at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, community organizer Astar Herndon, and Matthew Rothschild of the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign.
Spoken word musician WebsterX and film directors Damian Klaven and Cody LaPlant and neon artist Brad Corso bring their youth vibe to close the evening.
The Hidden in Plain Sight exhibition and performance program is part of a collaboration with the Bronzeville Arts Ensemble and Theatre LILA that includes the premiere of “The Mojo and the Sayso,” a play by Aishah Rahman about how a family deals with the tragedy of a young son killed by a police officer. The play runs in the Stiemke Studio from January 27 through January 31. Information about times and tickets is available at www.bronzevilleartensemble.com or www.theatrelila.com.
Hidden in Plain Sight, which runs through January 31, is open for viewing one hour before each play performance, or by contacting Kelly Parks Snider at 608-576-2847 or email@example.com.