Monday, October 10, 2016

Banned Books Week at Saddleback College


Saddleback College performing arts students Emma Chassey and Gal Kohav perform a scene From E.B. White's "Charlotte's Web," with music from "The Last Chapter" by Scott Farthing, outside the school's Library and Learning Resource Center during "Bodies and Ink," a celebration of National Banned Books Week on Saturday evening.
JEFF ANTENORE, CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHER


In case you missed it (we did) here is the Register's coverage of Saddleback College's  Banned Books Week event.  Sounds wonderful.


excerpt: 
"Members of several Saddleback College fine arts departments performed pieces inspired by works of literature in a show called “Bodies and Ink,” Saturday at the college. The show celebrated National Banned Books Week at the school’s library and Learning Resource Center. Three more shows will take place this weekend. The performing arts students, members of the dance, music, speech, theatre arts and visual arts programs, created 11 site-specific performances pieces based on works of literature in an 80-minute program."


 
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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very nice.

Anonymous said...

Yup. They're bad asses to the core.

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