Bill T. Jones Town Hall: A Conversation on Community, Identity, and Art
Center for the Arts • 45m
Mason Arts at Home presents an edited recording of the Bill T. Jones Town Hall: A Conversation on Community, Identity, and Art from January 2020. The Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company was the Center for the Arts' second inaugural Mason Artist-In-Residence. During their weeklong residency at Mason in January 2020, they participated in a variety of events that were specifically aimed at engaging the community. One of the hallmark events was a Town Hall discussion between Bill T. Jones, Dr. Franklin Dukes, and Wendi-Manuel Scott. They spoke about their lives, their beliefs, and why individuals should be interested in pursuing the greater "we.”
Learn more about The Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company 2020 Mason Artist-in-Residence: https://cfa.gmu.edu/news/2020-01/what-problem-features-nearly-30-local-community-members-world-premiere-legendary
Learn more about Mason’s Artist-in-Residence program: https://cfa.gmu.edu/about/artists-residence
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