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POSTPONED! Open Mic Spoken Word of Peace/Culture Presented by Muramid Museum/Art Miles/UNESCO center for Peace
Muramid Museum/Art Miles/UNESCO Center for Peace Project Presents a Night of Spoken Word
Time & Location
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Oceanside, 480 N El Camino Real, Oceanside, CA 92058, USA
About the event
Introducing "#OneWorld: A Celebration of Peace and Culture through Spoken Word"
Presented by Muramid Museum Art and Cutural Center, Art Miles Mural Project a UNESCO Center for Peace Project.
Free event open to the public, doors open at 6 pm. Event is held in rear courtyard of Muramid Museum, ample parking,
*Special Guest speakers Scheduled *Ancient reading of Persian Poet Omar Khayyam while being translated in English, *Persian Tea during intermission *Entertainmet before event and at intermission, *Details on bottom for interested Speakers.
Join us for an enchanting evening of spoken word, where the power of language intertwines with the beauty of diverse cultures to ignite a collective pursuit of peace. "One World, is a captivating event that showcases the transformative nature of spoken art, emphasizing the importance of cultural understanding, unity, and harmony in today's world.
You will be transported on a poetic journey that transcends borders and unites hearts. Renowned poets, wordsmiths, and storytellers from various cultural backgrounds will take the stage, each wielding their unique perspectives and linguistic prowess to paint vivid portraits of peace and cultural exchange.
Through the rhythm of their verses, the speakers will explore the intricate tapestry of humanity, highlighting the shared experiences and values that bind us together. They will delve into the profound connections between peace and culture, amplifying the voices of marginalized communities, and shedding light on the struggles faced by different societies.
From soul-stirring narratives to thought-provoking reflections, the spoken word will create a symphony of emotions, fostering empathy, and encouraging dialogue. The event will embrace the power of words to challenge prejudice, inspire compassion, and promote tolerance, ultimately calling for a world where diversity is celebrated, and peace is cherished.
*If you are interested in speaking, pleace reach out or just show up, I am scheduling speakers in between open mic, and each person has between 5 - 10 mins, and might be able to speak twice, please be prepared to speak according to topic.