poetry & lit

Friday, March 13, 2015 - 7:00pm
The Canopy Club

PechaKucha Night Champaign-Urbana Volume 17 is just around the corner! Shake off those winter blues and come out to The Canopy Club for a wonderful evening of inspiration, laughter and art! Topics and perspectives vary widely, but the high energy and diverse creativity have undeniable appeal to all.

THE DETAILS:
Friday, March 13th, 2015
The Canopy Club
Doors open 6:30pm
Show starts at 7:00pm
Tickets are $7 in advance, $10 at the door

Tickets are available at Manolos, Exile, and The Canopy Club, or online at: http://canopyclub.com/events/

Possible Mature Content 18+
Manolos Pizza and Empanadas will be serving hot slices throughout the night! http://manolospizza.com/menu/

Let us know you’re coming by RSVPing on Facebook!

THE EVENING'S LINEUP:
Anthony Benjamin: From a Hobby to a Career
Sara Benson & Rummana Alam: Legal Paradies
Jeff Hake: How to Grow Your Own Burrito
Ainslie Heilich: Finding the Odd Fellows
Tasleem Jamila: Art is Connection
Hann Lindahl: Y Chromosomes and the Women Who Have Them- Intersex and Biology Beyond Binary
Molly M. McLay: What It Means to (FY)CARE
Daniella Pavlić: A Yellow Substance
Heidi Reible: Walking Balzac in NYC
Featuring Esteban Gast in his PKN C-U emceeing debut!

Thank you to our sponsors: Unisource - a Veritiv Company, Prosource, Dixon Graphics, CUDO.

Tweet to #pkncu during the night. Hope to see you there!

First devised by a pair of Tokyo architects in 2003, PechaKucha Nights have become international phenomena that use a simple concept to create big community exchanges. Presenters have 20 images and 20 seconds per image to share their ideas, works, and passions for a total of 6 minutes and 40 seconds flat.

DON’T FRET! THERE’S MORE WHERE THIS COMES FROM.
For additional information or if interested in presenting at a future PechaKucha Night Champaign-Urbana, please contact us at pechakuchaCU@thecudo.org. Check out the www.pechakucha.org global website to get a sense of the magnitude of the event as well as our city page,www.pechakucha.org/night/champaign-urbana.

Follow us on Twitter: @pechakuchaCU
Become a fan on Facebook: www.facebook.com/pechakuchaCU
Get the PKN C-U Newsletter after signing up at http://www.pechakucha.org/cities/champaign-urbana
For more information about CUDO visit thecudo.org

Friday, February 20, 2015 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Figure One, 116 N Walnut St, Champaign

Join us on Friday, February 20th, for our Hap·pen·stance Winter celebration! Come enjoy a night of poetry, dance, music, and art! This evening's lineup includes:

Poetry and prose by John Dudek, Sara Fan, Roya Khatiblou, and Calgary Martin.
Dance performances by Hadley Smith, Lailye Weidman, and Jessie Young.
Music by After-party at Venanzio's and Markomaneis.

Hap·pen·stance is a community engagement program designed to bring visitors together at Figure One for seasonally resonant events such as dances, performances, live music, and more. Tickets sold in advance are $5 for students and $10 for the general public. Entry at the door is $10 students and $15 for the general public.

Ticket sales directly benefit Figure One programs and exhibitions. Ticket reservations and inquiries should be directed to info@figureone.org. Alternatively, RSVP at https://www.facebook.com/events/1403515219951870

Future Hap·pen·stance dates: April 17, 2015; and July 17, 2015.

Saturday, February 21, 2015 - 9:00am
Spurlock Museum, 600 S. Gregory, Urbana, IL

As part of the Spurlock Museum’s Winter Tales event, a celebration of American Indian storytelling, the Museum is offering a workshop for writers, educators, and tellers by nationally renowned teller, speaker, and author Tim Tingle. Pre-registration is required and numbers are limited. Winter Tales events are sponsored by an endowment from Reginald and Gladys Laubin. Contact Kim Sheahan for information or registration: 217-244-3355 or ksheahan@illinois.edu.

Workshop description:
As an Oklahoma Choctaw writer and storyteller, Tingle shares brief stories of his own experiences performing and writing stories of multiple ethnicities. Participants (Tim included) will ponder the rightness and wrongness of telling outside of one’s experience. Hoping for a high level of audience participation, Tim's goal is to germinate ideas for a truer version of who we/they are in our performance tales and written narratives. “Where do we go to learn the truth?” Good question.

Friday, December 12, 2014 - 7:30pm
Emmanuel Memorial Episcopal Church, Corner of State & Universiry, Champaign

A holiday concert exploring the movement from doubt to faith, restlessness to peace, and Advent to Christmas, featuring music of Vivaldi, Mendelssohn and Vaughan Williams and texts of Shakespeare, St. Anselm, and George Herbert. Emmanuel Choir and soloists; Filippo Ciabatti, Conductor; Michael Fisher, Organist. December 12, 7:30 PM. Admission free; an offering will be taken. Free parking in the church lot off Park St.
http://emmanuelmemorialepiscopal.org
217-352-9827

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