Tracie Morris in Tucson – Calendar of Events

SAVE THE DATES! Performance: “An Evening with Tracie Morris.” Provocative dinner theater with NY sound artist, poet, actor and scholar, Tracie Morris, presenting her revisionist vocal performance of Stanley Kubrick’s “Eye’s Wide Shut,” while it screens. The event is at the Scottish Rites Cathedral on Friday, April 7, starting at 5pm. Join us in the

Tracie Morris Talks Back: Race, Sound, Power and Politics

NY Artist Returns to Tucson after 8-year Political Hiatus FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Kore Press Presents Race, Sound, Power and Politics Provocative Dinner Theater with Tracie Morris February 21, 2017 – TUCSON, AZ: Kore Press brings artist, actor, experimental vocalist and scholar, Tracie Morris to Tucson, after an 8-year political hiatus, that she, along with many other

Memoir Award: MING LAUREN HOLDEN

“The story we need to hear right now in the only voice that can tell it.” —Lidia Yuknavitch, Memoir Award Judge Winner of Bellingham Review‘s 49th Parallel Poetry Award, Chattahoochee Review‘s Lamar York Nonfiction Prize and Glimmer Train‘s Family Matters Fiction Prize, MING HOLDEN is a writer, translator, activist, editor, teacher, humanitarian aid and development worker, and theater artist. She

UnSilencing Anatomies: Art, culture, justice & medicine: story-telling as transformation

Kore Press kicks off city-wide event series FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Art, Culture, Justice and Medicine   September 9, 2016 – TUCSON, AZ: Kore Press and the University of Arizona have joined forces to create a city-wide, 2-month long series of events exploring the impact of personal stories on public health and safety. “UnSilencing Anatomies” kick-off events

Silent Anatomies | Reviewed at Tarpaulin Sky Press

The book offers more than a reading experience: it is a journey through an art installation. Most of these installations are housed in a single room, a series of spaces, or a defined outdoor area. There’s also text, family photographs, scans of artifacts, and medical ephemera. – Miriam Rother Source: Monica Ong’s “Silent Anatomies” Reviewed

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