Purpose of the event is to give a creative platform for students to express their political and social views in a supportive, artistic setting. Performances are to be 2-5 minutes and centered on an issue of choice by the performer. Suggested topics can range from gun violence, feminism, racial inequality, immigration, education, mental health, activism, etc.
To Apply: Complete the Google Form below. Free event T-shirt for performers.
Deadline to Apply: Saturday, September 29
Tickets: FREE to students and performers. Limited seating. RSVP for tickets: bit.ly/tickets-openmicstamford
Location: Eagles Loft, St. John's Episcopal Church - 628 Main Street downtown Stamford
Questions: Please email email@example.com
Organized by the leaders of March for our Lives Stamford. Sponsored by Students Demand Action (Stamford High chapter), Moms Demand Action, CAGV, SUPER, The ENOUGH Campaign