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October 25, 2011

Mosaic Exhibit / Land of Plenty Performance

UMD DIVERSITY COMMISSION PRESENTS
"LAND OF PLENTY: HOW DID YOU COME TO BE HERE" PERFORMANCE
November 11 and 12 at Marshall Performing Arts Center, UMD Campus

The University of Minnesota Duluth Diversity Commission is presenting a collaboration of campus and community actors, artists, and musicians in "Land of Plenty: How Did You Come to Be Here?" at 7:30pm on Friday November 11 and Saturday November 12. The performance is at Marshall Performing Arts Center, 1215 Ordean Court, on the University of Minnesota Duluth campus.

MOSAIC EXHIBIT: opens at 6pm
The Department of Art and Design at UMD is joining the "Land of Plenty" event with an art exhibition that will include artworks from faculty and students. The title of the exhibition is: "Mosaic: How Did We Come to Be Here?" The exhibit will be held in the lobby of MPAC from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. This show will include some mosaic projects from Digital Arts: Mixed-Media Studio and some short documentary interviews from Digital Filmmaking classes.

PERFORMANCE: starts at 7:30pm
"Land of Plenty" wrestles with the conundrum of ideals of equal opportunity and realities of inequality in our country's past and present. Written by Sara Thomsen and directed by Tom Isbell, the production portrays a land of welcome and abundance alongside a land of exclusion and forced relocation. Drama, song, art and spoken word intertwine to create an odyssey of origins, a quest for equity.Tickets for the performance are $15 suggested donation for Adults and $5 suggested donation for Students, Children, Seniors or Limited Income. Tickets are available at the UMD Multicultural Center, UMD Kirby Info Desk, At Sara's Table, and online or by phone at Brown Paper Tickets: www.brownpapertickets.com or call 1-800-838-3006.

April 13, 2011

Tony Orrico - Performance Drawings

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http://www.juxtapoz.com/Current/performance-drawings-by-tony-orrico

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