Monday, September 14, 2020

Public Forum's Civic Salons return September 14

Your monthly Civic Salons are back, and they've gone digital!

 

We're excited to rekindle our space of connection and inspiration with Civic Salon: NEW PARADIGMS. 2020 is a year of constant change and a portal to a brave new world. But as we take an active role in shifting the systems that no longer serve us, how can we envision a future that serves us all? Join noted playwright and advocate Nikkole Salter as we ask: What values will you bring with you into the future, and what are you willing to leave behind?

Civic Salons are a community crossroads where artists and audiences can come together to nurture our minds and our bodies. Through songs, poetry, text, and speeches, Civic Salons feature artists, activists, and organizers who are using their voices to create change in their communities. Break bread with your neighbor, raise your voice in song, and leave inspired.

 

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Civic Salon: NEW PARADIGMS

Featuring a Civic Keynote by actress, playwright, educator and arts advocate Nikkole Salter
Music by Starr Busby

WHEN: September 14 at 7PM EST
WHERE: Zoom

ADMISSION: Free for all, but requires a reservation
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Specific details for accessing the event will be included in the day of reminder email along with the link to the Zoom room.
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This event will be Closed Captioned Live. For more information on accessibility, please reach out to accessbility@publictheater.org.  

 

About Your Keynote Speaker

 

Nikkole Salter is an award-winning actress, playwright, educator, and arts advocate. For her work, she has received an OBIE Award, an Outer Critic Circle Award, a Global Tolerance Award from the Friends of the United Nations, a Selfdes-Kanin Fellowship from the Theatre Hall of Fame, and most recently a Lily Award for her contributions to the betterment of the theater field. Her writing has been produced on three continents, in five countries, has been published in 12 international publications, and has been featured on the WNET program "Theater Close-Up.” She is a graduate of Howard University and NYU.