Uprooting Medea

April 28 at 79 p.m.Calendar Icon

TimeApril 28 at 79 p.m.
LocationZoom
Description

The Greek, Latin, and Classical Studies Department at Gustavus Adolphus College is excited to be hosting a special online event, Uprooting Medea, on Thursday, April 28, 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Shivaike Shah, Visiting Artist and Producer/Founder of Khameleon Productions (UK), will introduce audiences to the making of Khameleon’s upcoming short film on the figure of Medea, based on Khameleon’s stage production of Euripides’s Medea at Oxford (UK) in 2018. This production reimagined the ancient Greek tragedy and its themes of race, identity, and otherness with an all-global majority cast and crew. This presentation will explore Khameleon’s creative practice of elevating global-majority artists through multimedia forms including theater, film, music, and poetry.

Zoom link: https://hellogustavus.zoom.us/j/83675615157?pwd=TTdtVHIybGdzVVFuWG1URGY4RUErUT09

This event is brought to you by the Khameleon Productions and is co-sponsored by the Brown Arts Institute. It is part of a four-month tour, curated and produced by BAI Visiting Artist Shivaike Shah, that will visit 30 leading colleges and universities across 12 states.

AudiencePublic
CategoryGeneral
PostedApr 22, 2022