Along the Chaparral: Memorializing the Enshrined 2019 Closing Celebration

Please join us for a closing project phase celebration with welcome, updates on results, screening of samples from resulting documentaries, GiS WebApp with K-12 stories, a peek at the fantastic new mural at Sherman Indian High School, anthologies of K-12 writing, a terrific youth performance, project wrap and refreshments.

Along the Chaparral: Memorializing the Enshrined
2019 Closing Celebration

November 7, 2019
Thursday 6:00-7:00 pm
UCR ARTS     
Barbara and Art Culver Center of the Arts
3824 Main Street, Riverside (951) 827-4787
Free and open to the public.

Hosted by Along the Chaparral: memorializing the enshrined at Riverside National Cemetery Project Co-Principal Investigators Dr. Wesley Leonard and Dr. Michelle Raheja

Presenters include:
Mike Cohen, our GiS WebApp developer
Kat Koziar, Data Librarian and Point Person for Grant Services, UCR Library, Along the Chaparral Program Coordinating Partner

Live Performance
Hosted by UC Riverside Performance Fellows:
P. Dante Cuahtémoc, Dance Performance Fellow, PhD Candidate
Jessica Gutierrez Masini, Music Project Performance Fellow, PhD Candidate
Jasmine E. Smith, Creative Writing Performance Fellow/MFA Alumnx
and special performance by Eric Jonns, guitar - Music Performance Fellow

Performances include participating Riverside and Beaumont Unified
middle and high school students: Jullan Harb, Suriya Chito Naphosaysavath, Lida Ahmad, Ernesto Guitteriez, Fabiola Sanchez, Caleb Kraus, Micaiah Beckwith, Amirah Jones, Summer Goodlin and a special appearance by the Sherman Indian High School White Rose Singers: Marina Lopez, Natalie Lavander, Jasmine JoseMaria, Aldina Francisco, Rayne Ramierez, Alaysia Hernandez, Jean Fletcher, Vanessa Whiterock, Melanie Perry, Tiana Stuart, Charmayne Benally, Lacoiya Gregg and Sophia Balderama

Sherman Indian School Apache Singers
Miss Sherman, Mikaela Benson
1st Attendant, Rayne Ramirez

 

Parking: There are two public parking garages on 9th street, one on either side of Main Street, that will put you within a block of the event.

Information: allisonh@ucr.edu   wesleyl@ucr.edu   or   michelle.raheja@ucr.edu
 
Along the Chaparral: Memorializing the Enshrined
Allison Hedge Coke, Principal Investigator, Director
Distinguished Professor, Department of Creative Writing, UCR

Please see: alongthechaparral.ucr.edu for more on this project 

https://alongthechaparral.ucr.edu/sherman-indian-school-mural/
https://alongthechaparral.ucr.edu/anthology/

 

Thursday, November 7 at 6:00pm to 7:00pm

UCR ARTS, Barbara and Art Culver Center of the Arts
3824 Main St, Riverside, CA 92501

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