“Beauty and the Mind: A Celebration of International Women’s Day” events planned for March 7, 8

Faculty and team from departments across Troy College have collaborated to host “An Night of Tunes and Poetry” on March 7 as very well as a panel dialogue on altering perceptions of magnificence on March 8. The two occasions are free of charge and open to the general public. 

Making off last year’s successful event, Dr. Hui-Ting Yang, Interim Director of the University of Audio, and Dr. Shari Hoppin, Affiliate Professor in the Hall University of Journalism and Conversation, collaborated to deliver together women college from the EnglishArtwork and Structure, Theatre and DanceBackground and PhilosophySorrell College of CompanyWorld Languages and Cultures and International Courses departments, alongside with the HSJC and School of Music, to rejoice and educate in the spirit of Intercontinental Women’s Day.

The events coincide with Women’s History Thirty day period and Intercontinental Women’s Working day.

The Tuesday, March 7 function, “An Evening of New music and Poetry,” will be held at the Worldwide Arts Heart. Refreshments will be served at 6:30 p.m. adopted by performances at 7 p.m. Between other musical acts, females college users will recite poetry in their indigenous languages ranging from English, Spanish, Mandarin Chinese and Polish.

“Because of the combination of new music and poetry, this is a terrific option for us to outreach to the community and to link with them,” Yang explained. “We really required to use this option to market our girls composers, performers and artists. New music and arts, for me, has generally been cooperative, and I feel this party will genuinely help to deliver individuals alongside one another.”

Coinciding with Intercontinental Women’s Day on March 8, the panel event, “A Dialogue of Perceptions of Natural beauty,” begins at midday and will also be held at the IAC. This party attributes the screening of a documentary about the globalization of magnificence adopted by a panel and Q&A session with Dr. Priya Menon, English professor, Hoppin, Beverly Leach, Art and Style lecturer, and Brittany Dee Bodley, Theatre and Dance assistant professor.

“It’s a great dialogue to learn about how our environment is switching, how perceptions are switching. In promotion, traditionally females ended up proven confined to the house and concerned with cleanliness and appearances—their very own and the physical appearance of their home—but we’re seeing that being challenged much more,” Hoppin claimed. “It’s calling on people to take a look at transforming perceptions of magnificence and also how this ties in with psychological health and fitness concerns, which is a concentrate vital to Hui-Ting with her operate as a Chancellor’s Fellow.”

For more info, call the School of Music at 334-670-3322 or the Worldwide Arts Heart at 334-808-6412.

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