What: The January Term Speaker series continues with the Kitchen Sisters: Building Community Through Storytelling
THE KITCHEN SISTERS Nikki Silva, one of the Kitchen Sisters, will share how she and her sister, Davia Nelson, remember, record and rethink situations. The Kitchen Sisters are producers of the duPont-Columbia Award-winning NPR series "Hidden Kitchens" and two Peabody Award-winning NPR collaborations, "Lost & Found Sound" and "The Sonic Memorial Project." They create intimate, sound-rich documentaries and build community through storytelling. Their NPR series, "The Hidden World of Girls," explores the lives of girls and the women they become.
When: Wednesday, January 12 at 7 p.m.
Where: Soda Activity Center, Saint Mary's College, 1928 St. Mary's Rd., Moraga
The annual January Term Speaker Series, brings important cultural and intellectual leaders to campus to share their views on thought-provoking issues. This year's theme-NEW HISTORIES: RELIVING, RETHINKING, REMAKING-invites reflection, critical analysis ... and action. Each presentation asks, in its own way, "How might we capitalize on what we know to see the future in new and different ways?"
For more information visit, January Term on the Web or contact Chris O'Steen at (925) 631-4771
For more information on future events visit: Janurary Term Speaker Series