Arts at the Intersections: Social Science, Expression, & How to Create a Difference!
May 05, 2011
from 12:00 PM to 02:00 PM
|Where||Performing Arts Center— Rm. 106|
|Contact Name||Thomas Marion|
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Moderator: Asst. Prof. of Theatre Tom Marion
Tom Marion holds an M.F.A. in Acting from Rutgers' Mason Gross School of the Arts (with Bill Esper), a Certificate of Vocal Coaching from The National Theatre Conservatory (with Tony Church), and an internship with The Royal Shakespeare Company (with Cecily Berry and Andrew Wade.) He is a Designated Teacher of Linklater Voice, a founding member of the Linklater Center for Voice and Language, and an Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework. He has taught at several studios and professional actor programs in NYC, including NYU, The Actors’ Center, Marymount Manhattan College, The New School, and Columbia University.
Kim Schultz: Intersections International Arts Partner, she is an NYC based actress and playwright. Her latest play No Place Called Home, is based on her experience as the leading artist on a team sent to Syria, Lebanon & Jordan to meet with Iraqi refugees. The play had a nomadic run off-Broadway last year with Wild Project, 3LD and The Cell earned her a feature article in The New York Times: “Hope lay not in the arc of the play,but in the fact of it.”
Fred Johnson: Arts Initiatives Fellow at Intersections International, he has spent the past 16 years presenting international seminars on the power of creative expression as a tool for personal wellbeing and healing. As a student for 9 years of a master teacher from the West African natural healing indigenous music traditions, he brings to the contemporary world a fusion of ancient sound traditions coupled with 21st century science on the power of the vibration universe.
Intersections International is a multi-cultural, multifaith,Manhattan-based non-governmental organization dedicated to promoting justice, reconciliation and peace.
Refreshments will be served