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  • The Power of Song: A Choral Convergence at the 2017 Great Labor Arts Exchange

    Posted June 5, 2017 at 1:20 pm

    The Power of Song: A Choral Convergence at the 2017 Great Labor Arts Exchange

    Join us for a weekend of workshops, films, discussion groups, spoken word, jam sessions and open mike!  Bring your instrument, your voice, your beat box, your song, your poem, your story or just yourself!  Register now online!

    Or download the  2017-GLAE Brochure !

    The Choral Convergence features:  Brooklyn Women’s Chorus, Charm City Labor Chorus, DC Labor Chorus, Left Coast Labor Chorus, New York City Labor Chorus, Rockin’ Solidarity Chorus, Seattle Labor Chorus, Solidarity Singers fo the NJ Industrial Union Council, and the Twin Cities Labor Chorus.

    Our Joe Hill Award honorees this year are Janet Stecher, director of the Seattle Labor Chorus, and Bev Grant, director of the Brooklyn Women’s Chorus.

    Workshops include:”Beautiful Trouble: Strategic Creative Activism”, “Healing Solidarity in the Trump Era”, “Resist: New Songs and Chants for Today”, and”The Sung and Unsung: mutimedia presentation chronicling the history of the Canadian women”.

    Thursday June 22, 2017 at 2 pm until Saturday June 24, 2017 at 11 pm

    Saturday June 24 at 8 pm there will be a concert open to the public where Arts Exchange participants will perform.

    It all happens at the ATU Tommy Douglas Conference Center (formerly the National Labor College), 10000 New Hampshire Ave, Silver Spring, MD 20903.

    For more information, email info@laborheritage.org

    Register now for the 2017 Great Labor Arts Exchange

    Or download the  2017-GLAE Brochure !

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