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ALL CITY Teen Poetry Slam Festival 2015
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April 29th-May 2nd; May 8th-May 9th

FESTIVAL SCHEDULE
Wednesday, April 29th
CYPHER NIGHT (competing teams only)
5-8PM
LSU (Allen Hall)

Thursday, April 30th & Friday, May 1st
PRELIMINARY BOUTS #1–6
(4:30pm, 6:00pm, 7:30pm)
Baton Rouge Community College (BRCC)
Magnolia Theatre & Performance Arts Pavilion
201 Community College Dr.

Saturday, May 2nd
COOKOUT/BLOCK PARTY (competing teams only)
11am-2pm
N. Sherwood BREC Park
3140 N Sherwood Forest Dr

Friday, May 8th
“ReVision: an evening of live music & poetry“
7-10PM
Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge (Firehouse Gallery)
427 Laurel St.

Saturday, May 9th
GRAND SLAM FINALS feat. Desiree Desireé Dallagiacomo
6-9pm
Magnolia Theatre at Baton Rouge Community College
201 Community College Dr.

Crooked Axis

Friday, April 3rd, Forward Arts’ youth spoken word collective, WordCrew, presents Crooked Axis: a performance showcase themed by the seasons of change. Crooked Axis will showcase 16 poems that reflect the varying moods and tones of the poets’ work in relation to the moods of the four seasons.
 
WordCrew is the collective of youth spoken word poets that co-curate the wildly popular teen open mic, Freshhhh Heat, and are the leaders of the youth spoken word movement in Baton Rouge.  Start your holiday weekend right with a dynamic show that includes music, monologue and high quality performance poetry!
 
Crooked Axis
Friday, April 3rd, 2015
@ The Walls Project Art & Design Center
451 Florida St. (Chase tower, Suite 102)
Baton Rouge, La 70802
7pm
 
Free admission.  Donations are accepted.

Produced by Forward Arts, Inc. and sponsored in part by KLSU radio station (91.1 FM)

 

MISSION STATEMENT
Forward Arts is a multi-generational collective of youth, artists, and educators who are committed to providing learning opportunities in Southeastern Louisiana. We provide workshops, performance spaces, and professional development for young people and adults. Through critical engagement and creative practice we foster personal and social transformation.