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Grace Notes at the Yale Rep - Free Tickets!


Grace Notes at the Yale Rep

Date: Friday, September 9, 2016

Time: 8:00pm

Location: Yale Rep, 1120 Chapel St.

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Come see Grace Notes at the Yale Rep this Friday Evening! The AACC is providing free tickets for those interested in seeing the show, all that is needed is a $20 dollar refundable deposit and sign-up here. Deposit instructions are found in the form description. Hope to see you all there! For questions or comments, please contact derek.mubiru@yale.edu.

 


Acclaimed photographer and video artist Carrie Mae Weems presents a powerful and provocative new work—rooted in poetry and her stunning projections and featuring music, song, and spoken word—that examines themes of social justice, race, and identity in the context of our historical moment. Weems, a 2013 MacArthur Fellow, has spent a lifetime reflecting on these issues and addresses them in her work with a force and clarity unmatched in contemporary art, a fact that burned brightly when she became the first African American woman to have a major career retrospective at the Guggenheim in New York in 2014.

Grace Notes: Reflections for Now—originally conceived as a response to President Obama’s singing of “Amazing Grace” during his eulogy for Emanuel AME Church victim Reverend Clementa Pinckney—brings together a cast of extraordinary artists from different disciplines, among them composer/musician Craig Harris, composer James Newton, poet Aja Monet, writer and theatre artist Carl Hancock Rux, dancer Francesca Harper, and singers Alicia Hall Moran, Imani Uzuri, and Eisa Davis. Weems shapes an immersive experience from these elements, with herself at the center and her arresting video and photography as a framework. In a performance that is indelibly linked to this time of civic unrest, its escalating violence, and the bizarre political rise of Trump, Weems asks and explores complicated questions about the meaning of grace and its role in the pursuit of democracy.
 

 
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