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The DROPS Project

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The DROPS Project

Theater
Wednesday, March 16
7 - 9 pm
Memorial Union | Play Circle Theater - 2nd Floor
Cost: Free
Wheelhouse Studios' Artist-in-Residence Tiffany Ike's DROPS project includes spoken word and musical performances inspired by happenings throughout the project.

DROPS (Discrimination, Racism, Oppression, Prejudice, Stereotyping) is all about the words and language we use when discussing these topics. Wheelhouse Studios' Artist-in-Residence, Tiffany Ike, created the DROPS project to engage students and the campus community in a dialogue around race relations and the power of words. This second, somewhat updated, performance is part of the Black Student Union's Women's History Month Celebration.

Tiffany's performance includes spoken word and video by happenings throughout the project. The audience will have a chance to add to group-created canvases.

Here's a clip from Tiffany's first performance.

Learn more about the four primary elements of the DROPS project.

DROPS (Discrimination, Racism, Oppression, Prejudice, Stereotyping) is all about the words and language we use when discussing these topics. Wheelhouse Studios' Artist-in-Residence, Tiffany Ike, created the DROPS project to engage students and the campus community in a dialogue around race relations and the power of words. This second, somewhat updated, performance is part of the Black Student Union's Women's History Month Celebration.

Tiffany's performance includes spoken word and video by happenings throughout the project. The audience will have a chance to add to group-created canvases.

Here's a clip from Tiffany's first performance.

Learn more about the four primary elements of the DROPS project.

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Wheelhouse Studios

wheelhouse@union.wisc.edu

Black Student Union

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