Arts in the Invisible City: Race, Policy, Performance

Presentations by students from HUM352 / ENG252 / URB352 / THR360

Please join us for the final presentations by students in HUM 352 / ENG 252 / URB 352 / THR 360. — Nyssa Chow and D. Vance Smith, with Bentrice Jusu.

Date
May 2, 2024, 12:00 pm1:30 pm

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Event Description

Students will show work they have created, along with community members, as part of:

The Potential Project [logo]

Designed by Trenton-based multimedia artist and activist Bentrice Jusu, The Potential Project uses storytelling, visual art, photography and digital media to acknowledge the stories and lives of those we have lost to violence, and to imagine our community healing. The yellow square illustrates potential — the potential of those lost, and the potential we all have to make a better city.

Sponsors
  • Program in Humanistic Studies
  • Department of English
  • Program in Theater
  • Program in Urban Studies