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ASSOCIATION FOR THEATRE IN HIGHER EDUCATION

ATHE  CONFERENCE

NEW ORLEANS, LA

July 26 - 29, 2007



Working with Older Actors: Challenges and Opportunities     


Joy H. Reilly, Chair, The Ohio State University

Harriet Lynn, Heritage Theatre Artists’ Consortium

Bryn Jameson, University of the Incarnate World

Bonnie Vorenberg, ArtAge Publications







Heritage Theatre Artists Consortium


116 W.University Parkway     Penthouse 3

Baltimore, MD 21210


ph/fax: 410-235-4457        hlynn@umbc.edu 


www.h-tac.com

 

AATE/ATHE CONFERENCE

Risking innovation

American Alliance for Theatre & Education &

Association for Theatre in Higher Education

Marriott Marquis, New York City -  August 8 - 11, 2009


East Side West Side Life Stories - A Baltimore Oral History Performance Program

presented by, Harriet Lynn

Senior Theatre Focus Group


Visit: http://www.riskinginnovation.com/program.html

AATE/ATHE Conference 2009

New York City

INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM THEATRE ALLIANCE GLOBAL CONFERENCE

Monterey Aquarium, Monterey, CA

August 23 - 27, 2009


visit:  http://www.imtal.org/monterey_2009_index.asp

Harriet Lynn

at IMTAL 2009 Conference

Monterey, CA                                                                                                       

ORAL HISTORY MID-ATLANTIC REGION

presents

OHMAR SPRING CONFERENCE 2008


ORAL HISTORY PERFORMANCE

at

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

and

NEW YORK CITY PERFORMING ARTS LIBRARY AT LINCOLN CENTER


MARCH 13 - 15, 2008


OHMAR PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Amy Starecheski, Chair

Renee Braden

Jeff Friedman

Susan Kraft

Harriet Lynn

Lessons From Katrina

presented at OMAR Spring Conference 2008 - New York Columbia University

     (L to R)  Harriet Lynn & Char Nelson with an audience member

        after “chaos” in Lessons from Katrina program - Columbia University

Panelists, Harriet Lynn, of Heritage Theatre Artists’ Consortium, MD,

Peter Harrigan, of Saint Michael’s College, VT, and

Char Nelson, of Brigham Young University, UT

were active participants in Lessons from Katrina through conducting oral history interviews of eight seniors adults from N. Gulfport and Biloxi, MS

on-site at the Association of Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE) Conference in August 2007 in New Orleans, LA.


 

The OHMAR Oral History Performance Conference 2008 is now online through the auspices of Columbia University.  At this site Lessons from Katrina is also featured in text, video and Power Point.  The site also includes full video of the staged performances at the Lerner Hall Black Box Theater (featuring Gregory Ramos, Slash Coleman, Susan Banyas, and David Ornette Cherry), Della Pollock's presentation on "Oral History As and In Performance," and Jeff Friedman's Pogue Award speech: Oral History "A G-Go."


Harriet Lynn was one of the four OHMAR Spring Conference planners and also presented with her associates

the oral history performance about Hurricane Katrina senior adult survivors  performed at

ATHE’s New Orleans Conference 2007.


VISIT websites:    http://www.columbia.edu/cu/lweb/conferences/2008/ohmar/index.html


http://www.columbia.edu/cu/lweb/conferences/2008/ohmar/presentations/lessons_from_katrina.html


www.ohmar.org


www.ohmar.org

AAM Annual Meeting and Museum Expo 2010

May 23 - May 26, 2010 -  Los Angeles, CA


Museums Without Borders


Harriet Lynn member of Day in the Life of  Round Table Discussion Career Cafe

Independent Professional Museum Consultant



http://www.aam-us.org/am10/career.cfm

2010

PAST  CONFERENCES

2007-2009

AAM Conference 2010, L.A., CA

Los Angeles Convention Center

Harriet Lynn presents two Career Cafe programs at the American Association of Museums

May 2 -  Ideas for Enlivening Your Museum Tours for Museum Educators/Docents

May 3 - Day in the Life Of Museum Theatre Consultant

AAM Annual Meeting and MuseumExpo 2009

May  2009     Philadelphia, PA

Harriet Lynn - AAM Conference 2009

Day in Life of Museum Theatre  Consultant

Harriet Lynn - AAM Conference 2009

Ideas for Enlivening Museum Tours

PERFORMING THE WORLD 2010


Performing the World 2010: Can Performance Change the World?
September 30- October 3, 2010
New York City

Harriet Lynn, presenter

East Side/West Side Life Stories - an oral history performance

Senior adults from different parts of the community came from various sectors of Baltimore City shared their life stories. Their stories grew into a performance work to last  six weeks  and continued for two and half years.                                     Sponsor:  Baltimore City Dept. of Recreation & Parks- Senior Division

http://www.performingtheworld.org/

“Wall of Ideas ”

AAM Conference in 2010

Los Angeles Convention Center