VOICES is a program focused on bringing socially conscious local performance artists to Chapman for an evening of entertainment.

VOICES allows students to access themes of diversity and equity through spoken word performances that build community, develop awareness of social justice, and encourage activism through self-expression.

VOICES takes place 2-3 times each semester and has included artists such as Traci Kato-Kiriyama and Matt Sedillo performing on the Student Union Stage.

"As an artist myself who is passionate about social justice, it is great to see local performers exposing different topics through artistic expression. Voices is one of my favorite events on campus because it motivates me to continue my social justice journey through art.” –Thyra Brody ‘14

VOICES with SuperB

VOICES with SuperB

Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at 7 p.m. on the student stage of Argyros Forum.

Featuring SuperB

This performance deals with identity, family, and community.

A Night of Spoken Word with Matt Sedillo

A Night of Spoken Word with Matt Sedillo

Presented on Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Featuring Matt Sedillo

This performance addressed the intersections of identity expressed through spoken word.

MC Prototype

MC Prototype

Presented on Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Featuring William Bissic

This performance addressed with identity, community building, family, and stereotypes.