IMPORTANT PROJECT VOICE NEWS!


Project VOICE is booking its tour schedule for the 2013-2014 school year. If you are a teacher or a faculty member at an elementary, middle, high school, college, or university and you are interested in bring Project VOICE to your school, send an email to projectvoicebooking@gmail.com that includes:

A. The name of your school and what type of school it is. (Elementary, middle, high school, college, etc. )
B. Where the school is located
C. Your position at the school (teacher, principal, etc.)

 

If you are a student, parent or fan and you want to bring Project VOICE to your school, please find a teacher or faculty member who can help organize and sponsor a visit, and have them send an email to projectvoicebooking@gmail.com that includes the above information. Dates are filling up very quickly, so please get in touch with us ASAP if you are interested. We hope to see you all next year!

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Project V.O.I.C.E.

Project V.O.I.C.E. (Vocal Outreach Into Creative Expression) is an international movement that celebrates and inspires youth self-expression through Spoken Word Poetry.  Conceived in 2004, Project V.O.I.C.E. encourages young people to engage with the world around them and use Spoken Word Poetry as an instrument through which they can explore and better understand their culture, their society, and ultimately themselves.  Project V.O.I.C.E. brings together performance, writing, and a supportive environment to inspire youth to recognize that their views are significant, valid, and necessary.

 

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What We Do

Project V.O.I.C.E. is dedicated to Entertainment, Inspiration, and Education.

  • Ideally, our first step is to provide a live performance of Spoken Word Poetry to an audience that may or may not be familiar with this art form.  We present a variety of subjects from the personal to the political, and draw from traditions of storytelling, stand up comedy, song, and lyricism.  We want to generate curiosity and enthusiasm about Spoken Word, and present this form of expression as a relevant means of communication.
  • Given the opportunity to be inside the classroom, we conduct workshops that combine multi-media, live performance, and personal instruction in the art of Spoken Word Poetry.  We introduce the basics of writing and performing through exercises and critiques, teaching by example and hands-on participation.  By showcasing other Spoken Word Poets, we explore the different styles that this art form embraces.  We have worked with novices as well as experienced poets and can easily tailor our workshops based on the participants' age, background, experience, and group size.

 

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