Moving the Map//ATL - Audience Feedback

Dear Friends, 

Thank you so much for attending Moving Our Stories: Erasure, Resistance, and Survival as part of Dancer-Citizen Live 2018: Moving the Map! Your presence and participation made this a truly meaningful event!
 
If you’re willing to spare just 3 minutes to respond to this poll, I would greatly appreciate your feedback!! This will help ensure that future Moving Our Stories programs are beneficial to our communities!
 
Thank you!! - Julie B. Johnson // Moving Our Stories

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* 1. How did you learn about this event?

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* 2. Please share your experience engaging with the space and the Interactive Installation, which included:
  • Projection by Charmaine Minniefield
  • Ring Shout "home" (behind the projection curtain)
  • Photography by Renata Irving
  • Fabric Art by Drew Charter 8th grade dance students
  • Curated scent station to amplify memory
  • Word Cloud (sharing thoughts about erasure and amplification)
  • Movement Cards (to create spontaneous movement)

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* 3. Please share your feedback about the movement, performed by StoryGround... a dance collective, with live music by OkCello.

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* 4. How did you engage with the audience participation component of the performance?

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* 5. Did this event spark thoughts or feelings about what 'erasure' and/or 'amplification' mean to you and/or your community?

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* 6. Please share any other thoughts, questions, or suggestions.

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