[EVENT] Corner Kid Diaries – a @MsWise event May 30th 2012 @ArtsGarage
FOR TICKET INFO: http://cornerkids.eventbrite.com/
CORNER KID \ kor-ner kid \ , noun;
Youth, of the inner city or urban community, who begins to wilt because of things planted in their environment.
4 LIVE INTERVIEWS//
The worlds’ questions. Many answers. Their stories.
– JEANINNE KAYEMBE
– THE 20 SOMETHINGS
– DREW MILLS
– CHRISTOPHER K.P. BROWN
FACILITATED BY: Amun Miraaj El & E-The Poet Emcee
Sponsored by Love, Us & Torchlight Entertainment
This is one of those events… everyone should attend.
See you soon. ♥
“Block a vessel of its’ light… the entire world goes dark.”
Love, Us Press Release Below…
Contact: Alyesha Wise
Alyesha@MsWiseDecision.com Sunday, May 27th, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MS. WISE BRINGS YOU: LOVE, US – THE 2012 PRODUCTION
Annual Production, Promoting Love & Intolerance to Hatred
Philadelphia, Pa. Wednesday, June 27th, 2012, 7pm – National Poet & Teaching Artist, Alyesha Wise (known as “Ms. Wise”) will deliver the city of Philadelphia an annual, mixed-artist production, Love, Us. The night will consist of respectable artists, of various genres, who all join together, to spread one collective message through their art: “Spread Love. End Hate.” This years’ production will be headlined by none other than HBO Def Poet, SUNNI PATTERSON.
The production will include international & award winning artists, from actors to dancers, who will each bring their diversity to the night, while supporting the overall theme. Also included in the night, is various media productions, giveaways & audience engagement, without the need for a consistent host. Love, Us is presented in true, “production” format. Performances & presentations are well-thought out, rehearsed & delivered in way that the audience receives the best show and message(s) possible. With this format, people have been left anticipating the production the following year.
On the last Wednesday of June, since 2010, Ms. Wise has held the production at The Rotunda, located in University City, West Philadelphia. Inspired by recent tragic events in the media (specifically hate crimes), the increase in school bullying, & the death of (who she calls a “Love Revolutionist”) Michael Jackson, Ms. Wise ventured off to create something that would encourage a message of universal & self love. Since its’ creation, Love, Us has been a packed production, gathering patrons from all over the east coast. Some past supporters include The Philadelphia Youth Poetry Movement, City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, Fourth Wall Arts Salon, & Spoken Soul 215.
The production has inspired an entire Movement, given the same name, Love, Us. The organization strives for, and anticipates, super diverse crowds. Moreover, this production (as well as most Love, Us events) is all ages. As of date, the organization & production has been successful, while striving to take its creations to the highest level possible.