Almost ready for the new Suffrage performance at the Frazier:
"Cornelia Beach, a Louisville teacher at the Neighborhood House, decides to join the fight for women’s suffrage in 1917 at the invitation of Doris Stevens, a National Women’s Party leader. Facing certain arrest, she makes the journey to Washington D.C. to picket the White House with banner in hand to echo the famous words, “President Wilson, how long must women wait for liberty?”"
Join me next week! As the COLLIDER Artist in Residence this month at the South Central Regional Library, I've created a show based on YOUR internet-related stories!
MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, at 7pm
South Central Regional Library
7300 Jefferson Blvd, Louisville, KY
Bring your phone!
This performance art piece is generated from stories submitted by library patrons over the course of this month. The piece is based on your relationship with tech. It's not too late to share -- to keep things fun, submissions are open until the day of the show! Share yours at colliderstory.com!
Thanks, Insider Louisville!
And tweet me @missmelbeck