Open Mic Night with Phil Kaye
APIA Month presents: Open-Mic Night featuring Spoken Word Artist Phil Kaye
Phil Kaye is a celebrated spoken word artist, writer, and teacher. Raised in California by his Japanese mother and Jewish-American Father, Phil found his passion for spoken word poetry at the age of 17. While attending Brown University, he was the two-time recipient of the National College Poetry Slam award for “Pushing the Art Forward”, given for outstanding innovation in the art of performance poetry. Since then he has also appeared on NPR, performed at Lincoln Center, and coached and performed on the 2011 Providence National Poetry Team. Currently the Co-Director of Project V.O.I.C.E. (Vocal Outreach Into Creative Expression) with Sarah Kay, he performs and teaches creative expression through spoken word poetry to students of all ages.
Shaved Ice Parlor Party
Student gather for a night of tasty treats in celebration of APIA month!