RSVPs are flowing in for this one-of-a-kind event which highlights Milwaukee and the spoken word art form.
The Milwaukee Chapter of the Black Public Relations Society and the Milwaukee Artist Resource Network (MARN) present “Mark My Words,” — a movie produced by local Emmy-award winning director and producer Brad Pruitt. Come see it on Friday, March 23, 6:30 pm, at the prestigious Milwaukee Art Museum.
RSVP by e-mailing BPRS at firstname.lastname@example.org
This documentary chronicles a day in the life of Milwaukee spoken word artists from various backgrounds. The film explores the power of the spoken word and its ability to transform people and community. The Mark My Words showing costs only $3!
Mark My Words poets include: Autumn Blaze, Shelly Davis, Muhibb Dyer, Dasha Kelly, K-Love, Kwabena Antoine Nixon, Tina “Ms Jazzy” Nixon and Dan Vaughn. Artists will be available for a talk-back session following the movie.
A brief reception with food and cash bar will precede the movie, so please be on time. Come and network with local artists, enjoy a great movie developed in your city featuring this national art form. Parking is available at MAM or at the O’Donnell parking structure.
MARN is an open forum for Milwaukee artists. The organization seeks to create a community that pools knowledge and fosters advocacy for individual artists of all media. Log onto www.artsinmilwaukee.org.
The Black Public Relations Society recognizes the importance of spoken word in today’s shorthand social media communications society. The art form of spoken work forces artists to put their words together, enunciate and typically to address pressing societal issues.
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The Black Public Relations Society of Milwaukee