Contested Histories: Open Mic Night
The Open Mic Night is part of the Contested Histories Exhibit, which will be in Chicago for a week in May to bring artifacts made by Japanese Americans during the World War II incarceration. This event is to allow all generations, with a connection to the incarceration and resettlement, to share any talent, such as spoken words, play reading, dancing, or music. Each act is limited to 10 minutes, max.
Saturday, May 18
Midwest Buddhist Temple
435 W Menomonee St, Chicago, IL 60614
What describes you/group best?
Affiliate to Nikkei
Total Number of performers
Please describe the talent you are sharing
Staging, mics, and lighting will be limited, but available. Any specific requests?
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