Coming Together as A World Community
In an endeavor to bring people together from diverse backgrounds, the Peace and Social Justice Writers' Group will give a reading and multi-media performance to celebrate diversity, recognize our common humanity, and build a sense of an all-inclusive world community. Please consider this a personal invitation to attend.
Action Name: Reading & Multimedia Music Performance
Event Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: The Loft Literary Center
1011 WASHINGTON AVE S
MINNEAPOLIS, MN, 55415-1263
2nd Floor Performance Hall, Open Book
Organization: Peace and Social Justice Writers Group
Description: The Peace and Social Justice Writers Group Invites You to a Reading and Multimedia Music Performance: Coming Together as a World Community
The Loft's Peace and Social Justice Writers Group presents an evening of readings and a feature performance by Janet Horvath devoted to bridging our cultural differences. Through storytelling, archival photos and works for cello, Horvath, associate principal cello of the Minnesota Orchestra from 1980-2012, unveils a riveting story with compassion and understanding. Please join us as we embrace cultural awakening and make the case for coming together as a world community!
A reception follows the program.
Our group is comprised of writers who consciously explore the nature of peace, and through our activities aim to renew and maintain a sense of hope for the future. By sharing our writing and discussing the works of writers who inspire and move us toward action, we endeavor to refine our talents and use our creative craft to promote peace and sustainable justice in our world. The group is open to all experience levels and writing genres.
$10 suggested donation. No one will be turned away.
Presenters: Philip Lund (Host)
Michael Kiesow Moore
John Calvin Rezmerski
Feature Performance by:
Janet Horvath (cello/multimedia)
Heather MacLaughlin (piano)
EVENT FLYER: http://mapm.pjep.org/uploads/docs/peacereadingapril2420133.pdf
For more see https://www.loft.org/resources/