The Anne Frank Project's (AFP) fifth annual conference, AFP 2013: Transforming Lives will be examining the basis of hatred, intolerance, bullying, and genocide through scholarship, the arts, and activism. This year local, national, and international scholars, artists, and activists are presenting over 50 workshops, lectures, exhibits, and performances. We invite you to participate and learn new tools and vocabulary needed to build community and make positive change in the world. For more information visit the AFP website, or download the Anne Frank Project 2013 app on any smart device.
Here are some highlights in this year's program:
Featured Speakers: Rebecca Davis, Michael Martin, and Carl Wilkens
International Guest: Dr. Olisa Godson Muojama of Ibadan, Nigeria
Community Engagement Center (E.H. Butler Library)
Concerts and Open Mic night:
AFP Rocks! (open mic and music) - Warren Enters Theatre on September 12, 7:00–9:00 p.m.
Sonic Freedom (Digital Music Ensemble) - Warren Enters Theatre on September 11, 4:30–5:45 p.m.
Ongoing Stories by Jeanette Shropshire - September 9–13, Dr. Margaret E. Bacon Student Gallery, Upton Hall
"Anne Frank: A History for Today" - September 10 through October 6, Burchfield Penney Arts Center
Dear Me - September 11, Donald Savage Theatre, 7:00–9:00 p.m.
The Broken Pledge - September 12, Donald Savage Theatre, 1:40–2:55 p.m.
Peter's Mission: The Power of Hope - September 12, Donald Savage Theatre 4:30–5:45 p.m.
Want to get involved? Sign up to volunteer.