Dartmouth Events

LaTasha Diggs, Interdisciplinary Poet and Sound Artist (a VOICES presentation)

The Theater Department presents LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs reading excerpts from TwERK, combining digitally manipulated sounds, spoken word, vocal improvisation and video. Free.

Friday, April 18, 2014
Hopkins Center Bentley Theater
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Arts

LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs will give a free presentation in the Bentley at 7 PM on April 18.  Ms. Diggs is an interdisciplinary poet and sound artist, combining digitally manipulated sound, spoken word, vocal improvisation and video in her performance. Using multiple languages, vernaculars, and code-switching, Diggs's work is an experimental investigation into language and the voice that makes hybrid and intertwining linguistic and cultural spaces visible. This event is sponsored by the Theater Department's VOICES program and the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center.

Ms. Diggs will be reading excerpts from her 2013 poetry collection, TwERK.

More information on LaTasha Diggs at these links;

Theater Department web page

Hopkins Center
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