Telling Stories for Social Change's final performance

Monday, November 24, 2014

TELLING STORIES FOR SOCIAL CHANGE: Confronting Sexual and Domestic Violence at Duke and in Durham will have a performance of monologues on sexual violence from interviews with activists, lobbyists, artists, and survivors in the Sheafer Theatre in Duke University's Bryan Center on Wednesday, December 3rd at 6:00 PM. Admission is free. Town Hall Discussion and Reception to follow. Check out the class blog here and read an article in Duke Today here.

On Saturday, October 4th and Saturday, November 8th, Hidden Voices conducted two arts-based workshops for survivors of sexual violence in both the Duke and Durham communities. The workshops took place in The Women's Center at Duke University and ran in conjunction with the Theater Studies course--Telling Stories for Social Change: Confronting Sexual and Domestic Violence at Duke and in Durham. Participants shared personal narratives and engaged in the art of writing and painting. The workshops are part of larger Hidden Voices project entitled, "NO DIFFERENCE: Ending Sexual Violence."