Acting will be the topic of discussion for the Alamance County Arts Council’s next Art in a Bag series on Friday, March 9 from noon to 1 p.m. The featured speaker at this lunch and learn lecture will be Anita Shontel Woodley, who is an actress, writer, director, improve performer, visual artists and journalist.Woodley is the creator of Mama Juggs, and the 100 Living Rooms Breast Cancer Awareness Project touring now through the United States. The performance won Best of the Best award at the MALI Women’s Film & Performance Arts Conference in Austin, Texas in 2011.
Also Woodley has won several awards as national producer for WUNC’s The Story With Dick Gordon, a syndicated first-person narrative program featured on over 100 stations.
The Art in the Bag talk will be held at the Captain White House. Bring a bag lunch to enjoy while you listen to the lecture. The Arts Council will provide drinks and a dessert. Please make a reservation at 336-226-4495 since seating is limited. This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.
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Sponsored by the Triangle Association of Black JournalistsWe’re proud to announce that The Triangle Association of Black Journalists (TABJ) is now the sponsor of the Mama Juggs shows at Durham’s Health Touch NC LLC. Monthly shows at the wellness center will benefit the community by spreading breast health awareness through dramatic performance art in North Carolina. Ten percent of the proceeds will support various breast cancer organizations and health care/well-being in the US, as well as the rainforest of Cameroon, Africa.