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Transitions (Small, Medium, Large) // Friday, October 21, 4:30pm-6:00pm
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Good Intentions Aren’t Enough // Saturday, October 22, 11:30am-1:00pm
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Epic Fail // Saturday, October 22, 4:30pm-6:00pm
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Don Wilkison
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Cut Your Hair in the Socialist Style
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Warrior Ant Press
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Kansas City, MO
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moi@warriorantpress.com
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https://rocketgrants.org/rocket-grants-projects/the-projects-2016-2017/cut-you-hair-in-the-socialist-style/
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Nomadic Spaces
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Father-Daughter Confessional (FDC) created an event space resembling a working barbershop: barber chair, mirrors, waiting area, and associated ephemera. The barber chairs served as a central platform for a series of cultural programs centered on issues offered for deeper community exploration. These programs were not candidate forums, but rather platforms for the community to explore ideas that are important to them and have been frequently overlooked in the larger political discourse. During each program’s presentations, barbers cut the hair of the presenter meaning that discussions between the audience and presenter were at times reflected (and mediated) in the mirror – which is exactly how dialogue typically transpires within a salon or barbershop. The barber, or their assistant, acted as facilitator. Having conversations unfold in this fashion shifted the focus of authority within the space, leveled the playing field for citizens, and encouraged more robust, yet safer debates.
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