FOR ALL THE WORLD TO HEAR
Stories from the Struggle for Civil Rights

February 2013 performances

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An Oral History, Performance and Digital Humanities Outreach Project of the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, UMBC

For All the World to Hear: Stories from the Struggle for Civil Rights, is a dynamic humanities project in which approximately a dozen senior citizens from the Baltimore area will tell, write, perform and digitally publish personal stories about their involvement with the struggle for civil rights.
Harriet Lynn, oral historian, is the director of this project working with participants who will share and perform their stories in 2012-2013 at various museums, colleges and other venues.  This program is supported by the Maryland Humanities Council and in tandem with the traveling exhibit, For All The World to See, when it is at Univeristy of Maryland Baltimore County,  Baltimore, MD.
November 15, 2012  - March 10, 2013

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For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights is organized by the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, University of Maryland, Baltimore County in partnership with the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.

For All the World to Hear Cast

UMBC Commons

Preview November 15, 2012

“Run do not walk to MHC-funded program

Phoebe Stein Davis, Executive Director

Maryland Humanities Council


to see


For All the World to Hear


Robert Houston

FATWTH participant

photo:  Harriet Lynn

Lu Coleman

FATWTH participant

photo:  Harriet Lynn


MARCH 2013


"Ella Shields:  The Woman Behind the Man"

 

conceived and presented by Harriet Lynn


 It's More Than History Lecture Series,  Friday,  March 8,  2013 

 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Baltimore City Hall 

 Board of Estimates - Room 215


in recognition of March's Women's History Month


A free program sponsored by the Baltimore National Heritage Area and Mayor,  Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

and  honoring history of women of Baltimore -  MD Women's Heritage Center


 Harriet Lynn presents her entertaining slide program with song and dance


 Harriet Lynn is the author of Ella Shields bio featured in  the Oxford Dictionary National Biography 2012


For additional information on this brown bag lecture series on Baltimore's history and its personalities visit:


 http://www.mdwomensheritagecenter.org/events--activities


For more information about Ella Shields and other Harriet Lynn programs

visit Heritage Theatre Artists' Consortium 

www.h-tac.com






For All the World to Hear

featured at the

American Alliance of Museums Conference

May 19-22, 2013    Baltimore, MD


Storytelling from Page to Stage: An Oral History Community Project

Harriet Lynn - Moderator  -  Sandra  Abbott  - Presenter

Selected by the AAM Program Committee

from a record number of over 600 proposals


Harriet Lynn

“Ella Shields:

The Woman Behind the Man”

Royal Caribbean

Independence of the Seas

September -October 2011

Miss Ella Shields


New Program in 2013


Bessie Bluefeld


Leo V. Berger’s Immigrant’s Trunk Program

Jewish Museum of Maryland


Play by Jonathon Scott Fuqua


Produced & Directed by Harriet Lynn


Heritage Theatre Artists’ Consortium


Featuring Terry Nicholetti

as Bessie Bluefeld


the living history program about the founder of the famous

Bluefeld Catering Company of Baltimore

Heritage Theatre Artists Consortium


116 W.University Parkway     Penthouse 3

Baltimore, MD 21210


ph/fax: 410-235-4457     cp:  443-630-5312   hlynn@umbc.edu 


www.h-tac.com

Terry Nicholetti as

Bessie Bluefeld

Stories from the Struggle for Civil Rights

an oral history performance


HTAC in partnership with ArtsEveryday


Creative Alliance - October 30, 2013


a Free Fall Baltimore program

Palm House Gala


125th Anniversary of Rawlings Conservatory


October 5, 2013


Palm House Gala Committee

Harriet Lynn

Public Relations & Marketing Director

IMTAL Star Spangled Pre-Conference Museum Theatre Tour

Jewish Museum of Maryland  *  Maryland Historical Society


performances by

Baltimore School for the Arts

Leo V. Berger’s Immigrant’s Trunk program - Ida Rehr

MD Historical Society Players

War of 1812 African-American Sailor & Christian Fleetwood


October 6, 2013


organized by

Harriet Lynn

IMTAL Board-Member-at-Large

IMTAL GLOBAL CONFERENCE

Washington, D.C.

October 6 - October 10, 2013


organized by Smithsonian National Museum of American History

museum theatre staff


Museum theatre professionals from across the world came together to participate and learn from each other


representing museum theatre from

Australia, Europe, China, United States, etc.

(l to r) Harriet Lynn, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Sandra Abbott

Ivan Kramer & Harriet Lynn

Katherine Lyons as Ida Rehr, Leo V. Berger’s Immigrant Trunk program

Jewish Museum of MD

MdHS Player -  Roderick Howard, II as Christian Fleetwood  in Civil War in MD

exhibit at MdHS

Harriet Lynn & “Gordon” of Sesame Street  - Keynote Speaker, Roscoe Orman

Witness

a digital story

by Harriet Lynn

for Story Center

premiered online November 2013

more civil & human rights stories

on “All Together Now” digital story website

Harriet Lynn

Harriet Lynn

featured in

national commercial

League of Conservation Voters


Stay tuned for airing!

Visit to Mount Vernon at IMTAL Conference 2013

Baltimore School for the Arts students perform at JMM for IMTAL participants

SSCR cast, friends & fans

Janice & Woody  Grant share their stories