Truth to Power Storytelling Performance
Craig Hall, Room 120, Community Room
Register for this event HERE.
Across geography, culture, and time, storytelling has been an important tool to foster human connection. Today, being able to skillfully tell a personal story can be the difference between the status quo and making a positive impact. We all have a story to tell; and when we can own and effectively share this story with others, we can shift perspectives, attitudes and behaviors.
In Truth to Power: Personal Storytelling for Social Justice you will hear the stories of 10 advocates in the field who have workshopped their stories with 3 storytelling experts from The Moth's Education Program. These storytellers will share stories of resilience, hope, fear and more. You are sure to leave feeling inspired.
About the Facilitators:
Catherine McCarthy is the co-founder and manager of The Moth's Education Program, which challenges dominant narratives through personal storytelling. She is a story director for the Moth Mainstage, and is the co-editor of the Penguin Random House Teacher's Guide for The Moth: All These Wonders. She has facilitated storytelling workshops for the US State Department, the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, The DreamYard Project, and more. She also directed the award-winning solo show The Secret Life of Your Third Grade Teacher at the 2016 NYC Fringe Festival. She is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Social Work at Fordham University.
Julian Goldhagen is an artist, educator, and organizer based in Brooklyn, New York. His original performance work has been featured at the NYC Fringe Festival, The Beacon Theater, and the United Nations Palais de Nacion. Julian is an instructor with The Moth's Community and Education programs, where he has worked with groups such as Just Leadership USA, The Urban Justice Center, and SAGE--as well as in public schools across New York City. He is a proudly sex-positive socialist, and recently helped organize the country's first unionized sex shop. Julian is currently pursuing his Masters in Social Work at The Silberman School of Social Work, Hunter College.
Hanna Campbell has been working in educational spaces for the past ten years. In that time, she’s co-founded two middle schools, designed a training program for future school leaders and worked on teacher preparation and school design initiatives for the City University of New York, the State University of New York and the NYC Department of Education. In addition to her BA in English from Amherst College, Hanna holds an MS in Nonprofit Management from The New School. Currently, Hanna is a Teaching Artist for The Moth and a freelance project manager for various nonprofit organizations.
Tuesday, January 30th
5:00 p.m. Registration opens
5:30 p.m. Program begins
7:00 p.m. Program concludes
Where: Craig Hall Community Room 120
2148 S. High St.
Denver, CO 80210
Cost: This event is free, but registration is required
Notes: The west side entrance to Craig Hall is not accessible. Please use the southeast ramp for accessible entry to the building. Craig Hall 120 is located on the 1st floor on the north side of the building.