Featured on the December 1st, 2022 edition of ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT with host Mark McLemore:
- Find out about the community building being done by a group called “Owl and Panther”. They offer a safe space for immigrants and refugees escaping violence and persecution who seek to build new lives in Southern Arizona.
Join Owl & Panther for their Walk-A-Thon in honor of International Human Rights Day on Saturday, December 10th. Registration is free, and begins at 7:30 a.m. Through the event, Owl & Panther hopes to celebrate the power of expressive arts in healing for refugees. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit this site for more information!
- For decades, the fashion industry’s disregard for plus-size clothing has caused many women to feel neglected and excluded. Leah Britton talks with fashion journalist Gianluca Russo about his book "The Power of Plus: Inside Fashion's Size-Inclusivity Revolution", and how people of all shapes and sizes are learning to embrace their beauty.
- What is VAUD? It’s a collaborative stage performance, created by Wolfe Bowart and a group of Bachelor of Arts Theater Studies students at the University of Arizona. Inspired by the Vaudeville era of live theater, VAUD presents a dazzlingarray of performing arts that together create a visual poem about finding home.
VAUD, a School of Theatre, Film & Television original production created by Wolfe Bowart in collaboration with BA Theatre students. Inspired by the American Vaudeville Museum archive at the University of Arizona Libraries. SCENIC DESIGNER Camryn Lang / COSTUME DESIGNER Prudence Hammon / LIGHTING DESIGNER Brooke Ford / SOUND DESIGNER Michael Harvey / TECHNICAL DIRECTOR Alison Nickerson / STAGE MANAGER Tiffany Fraser / DIRECTOR & CO-CREATOR Wolfe Bowart.
- And, Stories That Soar! presents “Day and Night”, an introspective story written by a local 3rd grader about how he sees the differences - and the better qualities - of each.
Webpage by Leah Britton
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