- Thursday April 4 9:00am
- Friday April 5 9:00am
The Flint Symposium coincides with the Department of Theatre & Drama's production of Flint.
The Symposium will consist of a series of panels, lectures, and workshops that explore the issues presented in the play, creating spaces for dialogue that revolve around the topics of activism, process, and social justice.
11:00 AM, Studio 2: Zine Making with Isabelle Molnar
12:00 PM, Acting for the Camera Studio: Dr. Ashley Lucas presents “Making Documentary Theatre”
3:00 PM, Towsley Studio: Mona Munroe-Yunis, Juani Olivares, and Nayyirah Shariff present “The Fight Isn’t Over”
5:00 PM, Studio 2: Dr. Marty Kaufman presents “The Future of U.S. Infrastructure”
5:00 PM, Towsley Studio: Dr. Riana Elyse Anderson presents “Identity Investigation” *canceled due to illness*
10:30 AM, Studio 2: The Educational Theatre Company presents “Expect Respect: Storytelling and the Student Voice”
10:30 AM, Newman Studio: Kaitlin P. Ward presents “Environmental Injustice and Child Development”
11:15 AM, Newman Studio: Nina Haley presents “The Water Crisis: The Best Worst Thing”
1:00 PM, Studio 2: Sunsae’ Davis presents “Home: A Live Dance Series”
3:00 PM, Studio 2: Dr. Peter B. Duffy presents “Activating Community Participation through Theatre of the Oppressed”
4:00 PM, Newman Studio: Blank Space and SMTD students present a play reading of Bloom by playwright Andrew Morton
Free - no tickets required