Lunchbox Series: The Round Story
In this Lunchbox, Laura Muñoz and Jacqueline Dandeneau will present some of the work they have done thus far on The Round Story, a years long project of the Arcata Playhouse, which seeks to address racial equity and social justice through art.
The name The Round Story refers to the complex, many angled, multilayered, and nuanced nature of all stories. We acknowledge the inherent interdependence of the various communities in Humboldt society, and recognize the need to foster the horizontal relations that build a true polyphony reflective of the diverse voices in our community.
Muñoz and Dandeneau will present past and current projects as well as unveil future plans for the performance in fall of 2020.
Check out these free events at the Zero to Fierce Festival
Saturday, Feb 29, 12-1pm Stop Sign Installation - At the Arcata Plaza.
Sunday, March 1, 11am International Potluck Brunch Bring your Favorite dish to share.
Also on Sunday, 1pm - Spirit and Justice - a discussion about religion, faith and social justice.
Later that night at 6pm - Forest Night Walk Meet at the Redwood Park Playground.
Monday, March 2, 6pm Mother-Earth / Mother-Ship Art Show At the Playhouse
Friday, March 6, 2-4pm Indigenous Women Authors Panel at the Playhouse.
Sunday, March 8, 6:30am Forest Sunrise Walk meet at the Redwood Park Playground.
Just after the Forest walk, at 8:30am, We will be hosting a community sing in the park.
Sunday night at 6pm at the Playhouse, W.I.L.P.F hosts a celebration of International Womens Day.
Arcata Playhouse (View)
1251 9th Street
Arcata, CA 95521
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