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High Noon: Written To Experience – Transforming Words & Realities Through Story, With Cameron Jamarr, Literary Producing Artist And Kaf Artist In Residence

April 11, 12:00 pm1:00 pm

High Low
3301 Washington Ave.
St. Louis, MO United States

Cameron Jamarr will speak some about his artistic work, the influences behind some of his writings, and his artistic point of view. Cameron will follow this with a discussion of the power of writing, storytelling, and creating transformative experiences of the written word, and share some of his original writings. Cameron Jamarr is a Kranzberg Arts Foundation 2024 Artist in Residence, in recognition of his work as a professional actor, writer, director, and filmmaker. Cameron is also Founding Producer of Soul Siren Playhouse, a theater arts production company inspired by social consciousness and responsibility. A St. Louis native, he has worked internationally and abroad, creating original works emphasizing the exploration of culture, identity, and societal transformation. Cameron has written and produced original works including screenplays, stage plays, adaptations, spoken word poetry, and other narrative forms. Recently, he presented an original piece as a guest artist at the St. Louis Art Museum in honor of their 2023 Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Celebration. Cameron also has published an original poetry collection with an adjoining spoken word album titled, “Gold, Blood, Apples, & Honey,” under his artist name Djruaezsol, available for listening on SoundCloud. Kranzberg Arts Foundation High Noon offers free cultural and artistic programming, during your lunch hour! The High Noon series features St. Louis thought leaders from across the arts, cultural, and educational spectrum. Spend a lunch hour enjoying presentations and performances in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere – take a break, and feel free to bring your lunch! High Noons in the Listening Room at High Low (3301 Washington Avenue) take place every Thursday from 12 to 1pm.

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