"Still I Rise" - A Poetry Slam
The "Still I Rise" Poetry Slam is a demonstration of verbal expression through creative writing. The Pamela D. Franklin Cultural Center for the Performing Arts has partnered with Unified Praise to host the "Still I Rise" Poetry Slam! Spoken Word poetry, allows an individual to turn their thoughts and feelings into energy that uplifts, inspires and encourages.
Two lucky poets will each walk away with $250 cash! Everyone is encouraged to participate, however, you must be 15 years or older to enter.
• This is a FRIENDLY virtual competition for ages 15 and older. Creative writing will be judged. Two winners will receive a cash prize of $250! The entry fee is $25. If under 18, participants must have a Parent/Guardian's signature.
• Registration deadline closes Friday, April 10, 2021 at 11:59 pm. The finals will be held May 8th.
• Prepare 2 – 3 original poems, surrounding the focus of the theme that will be performed by the participant. Performances are timed and should not exceed 2 minutes. Timing starts when the performance or sound begins.
• No props, no costumes, no musical instruments, no pre-recorded music. The use of profanity, racial slurs or inappropriate background settings are prohibited.
All registered participants must attend:
- Denzel Washington
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