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Spoken Word Stage, Last Folio, Project Jumpstart

This week, speaking public at the Fourth Street Festival, a school frozen in 1942, and career development at the Jacobs School.

This week on Artworks:

Poet and spoken word artist Matthew D. Jackson will be performing as part of the Spoken Word Stage at this weekend’s Fourth Street Festival. Find out why he likens great spoken word performers to assassins in his conversation with Annie Corrigan.

Also on the program,

Photographs on display at the newly-named Grunwald Gallery tell the story of how time stood still following the Nazi invasion of Slovakia.

Then the Cardinal Stage Company performs what could have been Arthur Miller’s last play.

And students at the Jacobs School of Music get a little help from professionals and their peers as they prepare for life on the outside.

Stories On This Episode

Spoken Word Stage Adds New Wrinkle To Fourth Street Fest

Microphone with lights in background

Will the crowd at the Fourth Street Festival be interested in slowing down, pulling up a chair and taking a listen to the performers at the Spoken Word Stage?

An Actor And A Designer Look At ‘All My Sons’

All My Sons

It's a play about ordinary people, but it has the heft, the feel of a Greek tragedy.

Program Readies Music Students For Life On The Outside

students sit in desks facing a panel of four speakers

Project Jumpstart enters its second year of creating well-rounded music entrepreneurs.

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