Critically acclaimed Colorado poet and rapper, Molina Speaks, brings his spirited voice to Other Places, Other Voices -- a community workshop exploring spoken word poetry focusing on discrimination and human rights.
In collaboration with the Mizel Museum, Fresh City Life is hosting Denver's most audacious spoken word artist -- Molina Speaks. One of his recent projects is Bronze Future: Letters for 2045 -- a spoken word video chapbook – a digital diary to the future. This work is the first of its kind. The project explores Latino identity, Chicano history and future, cyborg technology, food justice, and sustainability. Molina Speaks brings his considerable experience as a passionate poet and compassionate teacher to this extraordinary workshop highlighting creativity in a community setting.
Create some beautiful poetry and raise your voice at the same time. Writers of all ages are invited to participate in this spoken word workshop on bigotry and social justice. Students will be guided by musician, spoken word artist and educator, Adrian Molina. All students will be encouraged to share their work, and Molina tops off this workshop with a performance of his own recent work. Sunday, March 10, 2-4p, B2 Conference Center. Registration required.