“Speak Up, Speak Out” is a collaborative, movement-based film that focuses on bringing the issue of domestic violence out of the shadows while encouraging healing conversations through the transformative power of dance, music, and storytelling.
This event will include a 20-minute film depicting the issues of domestic violence through dance and movement, followed by panel discussion featuring those who were involved with creating the film.
This project is made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrants program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and administered by Arts Services Inc. And by the funds from Made in Buffalo administered by Arts Services Inc.
Date: Sun. April 24
Schedule: 2-2:30 – Mixing and Mingling
2:30-3:30: “Speak Up, Speak Out” film screening and panel discussion
Light snacks and beverages will be served
Tickets are no longer available to purchase online, but you can purchase one at the door. Thank you!
A portion of the proceeds from this event will benefit UPward Design for Life, a nonprofit dedicated to creating and furnishing homes for domestic violence survivors, and others, transitioning into their own homes.
Vocals, Melody, Lyrics
Bass, piano, guitar Produced/Mixed/Mastered (Tasty Music Studios)
Living in the Buff Media
“Bollywood Opening Scene”, “Uprooted”, “Inner Turmoil”, “Empowered”
Sonali Trivedi | Hinduja Dhanasekaran | Renee Giglia | Sujata Martin | Sara Rodriguez | Sonny Joseph Soloman | Alexandra Lopez | Lauren Solomon | Purnima Mohan | Novi Paluch
Ujima Theater | Jayeeta Dutt (Kathak Teacher) | Johnny Garcia and The University at Buffalo – Bollywood Scene | Elaine Gardner |The Leela Academy of Kathak | Alexis Singh | Heamchand, Shiv, Karishma & Divya Subryan | Ramnarine, Atcha, Singh-Sanchez and Subryan family