Joint Mixer: The Freedom Bus Project

March 13, 2020 @ 7:30 pm – March 13, 2020 @ 10:30 pm America/New York Timezone
Georgia Beer Garden

Mark Your Calendars for our March Mixer! We are co-hosting with Jewish Voice for Peace-Atlanta Chapter 📆 Friday, March 13th!

This collaborative event will introduce you to a brilliant initiative of The Freedom Theatre in Jenin, Palestine: The Freedom Bus uses interactive theatre and cultural activism to bear witness, raise awareness and build alliances throughout occupied Palestine and beyond.

During Freedom Bus events, Palestinian actors and musicians invite true stories from communities across Palestine and subsequently transform each account into a piece of improvised theatre. The Freedom Bus also organizes multi-day stays and building and accompaniment work in communities subjected to home demolitions, settler violence and military aggression.

Endorsers of the Freedom Bus include Alice Walker, Angela Davis, John Berger, Judith Butler, Luisa Morgantini, Maya Angelou, Noam Chomsky, Omar Barghouti and many more.

We will be screening pieces from past Freedom Rides and exploring the capacity of interactive theatre (specifically Playback Theatre) to reclaim space, agitate and liberate. This is going to be an exciting one!

Our partners at Jewish Voice for Peace-Atlanta Chapter will be co-hosting this event in our mutual effort to stand in solidarity with Palestinian civil society. Meet organizers and learn how to get involved in JVP’s local movement work.

Doors at 7.30PM
Event 8PM


ATL Radical Art Monthly Mixers are a place to:
*Meet our community of protest artists
*Introduce yourselves
*Share your passion projects
*Pitch ideas for future collaborative works
*Get involved in our ongoing programming

Join us & Invite your creative comrades ✊🏾

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ATL Radical Art is a collective of local Atlanta artists committed to the creation of a radical and artistic counterculture in response to the social and political climate of our time. Our Artists engage in performances/experiments that shed light on topics of intersectional struggle, liberation and protest from around the globe. Our vision is to create create spaces and works that thrive independent of institutional funding, finding its strength in community support. This community is primarily for people of color, non-men, queer & trans artists across multiple disciplines as well as accomplices who are working jointly with us towards similar goals and prioritize the visibility of said communities in Atlanta’s art scene.

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