AS SCHEDULED: Spoken Soul Festival 2020 In commemoration of the 19th Amendment (link included for updates)
Spoken Soul Festival Celebrates The Women’s Right To VoteArt Exhibitions, Concerts & Performances
Spoken Soul Community Program Events
Spoken Soul Festival Featured Exhibition
March 19 – 31
Free tour; Mondays and Saturdays at 12 p.m.
“A Woman Speaking to Women: The Political Art of Nina Allender”
Curated by Rosie Gordon-Wallace
Group tours and private exhibit tour available upon request.
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Spoken Soul Festival’s SHE VOTES Panel & Opening Reception
March 19; panel @ 3 p.m. and exhibition opening and reception @ 5 p.m.
Event is free and open to the public.
Knight Concert Hall | Peacock Education Center
SHE VOTES panel sets out to challenge the narrative of the commemoration of the 19th Amendment and the role Florida played in the suffrage movement. Moderated by Marisol Zenteno, President of The League of Women Voters. Panelists include:
- Honorable Judge, Angelica D. Zayas
- Janet Kyle Altman, Marketing Principal, Kaufman Rossin, Past Chair, Women’s Fund Miami
- Lori St. John, CEO, CPA, Esq. Author and International Speaker
- Quayneshia Smith, BSW, Dream Defenders
Spoken Soul INReach Day
March 20 @ 10 a.m.
Spoken Soul INReach Day will host middle and high school students, and teen museum groups to have a guided tour of the exhibition. Inspired by the exhibit, attendees will participate in arts activities to create poetry and artwork that would reflect a modern day Miami suffrage movement. The results will be featured at the SSF showcase.