Global Health and the Arts Converge at ACT Theater on April 24
What do a painting, a scalpel, and a song have in common? The answer will be danced, performed and spoken at "The Panacea Project – Global Health & the Arts" performance showcase on Friday, April 24th. Community members from both global health and the arts will converge at the ACT Theatre in Downtown Seattle for a night of interdisciplinary connections and re-imagination of health and healing.
Some of the performers and speakers include:
- Rachel Chapman, Sociocultural Anthropologist and University of Washington Faculty
- Jourdan Keith, Seattle’s Poet Populist Emeritus and Founder of the Urban Wilderness Project
- Felicia Gonzalez, Poet and University of Washington Staff
- Jacque Larrainzar, Human Rights Artivist and musician
- University of Washington Graduate Students and more!
This event is freethanks to the generous donations from the ACT Theatre, the University of Washington Global Health Resource Center, Department of Anthropology, and the Center for Global Studies in the Jackson School of International Studies, Carlo Scandiuzzi, King Holmes, and Virginia Gonzales.
Doors open at 6:15 p.m. and the event begins at 7:00 p.m. with time to mingle afterwards. Fruit and desserts provided, and a cash bar will be available.
Tickets are free – awsully.
*This event is organized by the Global Health Undergraduate Leadership Committee*