Free Performance & Party with Deaf Hip-Hop Artist Sean Forbes & DJ Robbie Wilde
Free - open to all
TiLT Challenge and Dance Party
Kennedy Center Atrium
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
July 20, 2015
Free; Limited seating; Limited capacity. Up to two wristbands per person will be distributed on a first come, first-served basis beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the States Gallery outside the Atrium at the Kennedy Center
Don’t miss this dance party featuring Deaf performers Sean Forbes and DJ Robbie Wilde. Sean is a ground-breaking, one-lf-a-kind talent – he is a rapper and a songwriter with a show that will knock your socks off! Sean will share the stage with DJ Robbie Wilde who says he literally feels his music. Come for the music, come to dance!
The show will be signed, captioned and voiced. Everyone is welcome.
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TiLT Challenge! - Film/Media Competition on Disability
TiLT asks young artists and media makers (ages 13-22) to share their experiences with disability—in their own lives or in the lives of others—in an effort to shift, or tilt, society's perceptions of people with disabilities. Basically, to use their art form and storytelling capacity to re-frame the way people think about disability through evocative, honest stories.
Submission deadline is May 15, 2015
More Info: http://tiltchallenge.org/
Questions: email@example.com or (202) 416-8898
TiLT is a program of the Kennedy Center, Office of VSA and Accessibility
Creative minds. Storytellers. Game changers.
This is your mission. The Kennedy Center asks you to bring honesty to the table. To shift perception through media, video, and creative storytelling. To showcase that people are people first—not simply defined by a disability. This is the TILT challenge.
We ask you to share your disability experience—in your own life, the lives of others, or by creating fictional characters—through the art of digital media and storytelling. We seek authentic stories that will inform, enlighten and tilt this perception.
The TiLT Challenge invites middle school, high school, and pre-professional students, ages 13-22, from around the world to submit. Submissions must be no more than 5 minutes in length and are due May 15, 2015. Winners will be invited to Washington, D.C., and winning submissions will be showcased at the Kennedy Center the week of July 20-26, 2015.
Please share with young film and media makers!
Visit tiltchallenge.org to learn more!