ST. GEORGE — The Dixie State University Social and Behavioral sciences departments are hosting a three-day event titled “The Vagina Project, Each in Her Own Way” Wednesday through Friday at the DSU campus. The event will bring awareness to the issues women face throughout their life journeys. Admission is free.
During the event, a silent auction will be held to raise funds for two local women’s organizations, the Dove Center, a women’s shelter, and Free2Feed, a local motherhood and lactation support group.
At 5 p.m. there will be an open discussion on the DSU radio station X91.3 with host Sarah Young of “Come for the Sun, Stay for the Stars.” An art reception and improvisational dance will kick off the campus events at the DSU North Plaza at 7 p.m. There will be an art reception and dance performance, “Moving in Our Own Way” by dancers Derek Brazeau, Haleigh Caldwell, Sarah Hendricks, Lindsey Larson and Mikel Young.
March 19 events will take place at the Eccles Theatre with music, dance, research, and theatrical performances at 7 p.m. The dance performance is called “My Body of Evidence,” with choreography and performance by Sara Gallo.
The final night will showcase monologues read by guest speakers; and include workshops, and discussions about issues related to women. Parental guidance is suggested for all events.
- What: The Vagina Project
- When: March 18-20
- Where: Dixie State University campus, 225 South 700 East, St. George
- Contact: [email protected]
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