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Annual Humanifest is April 12-22 with variety of events

LEWISTON, Idaho – The Lewis-Clark State College Humanities Division will holds its annual Humanifest April 12-22 with a variety of virtual live collaborative events.

Humanifest is a celebration of student/faculty creative projects in arts, dance, plays and readings and other humanities at the college. All events are free and open to the public to participate in.

Humanifest 2021 events include:

  • Through April 22 – Submissions are being accepted for a short video contest in three short categories: Dance, Music and Acting. Entrants must live in the United States and entries can be submitted via TikTok and Instagram by using #humanifest2021, or through YouTube by sending the YouTube link to [email protected]. For Dance: crank up the music and express how you are springing into 2021 with a short dance. For Music: Perform your own song or a duet. It can be a cover song or an original. Acting: Create an original short sketch or duet with some provided dialogue. The dialogue can be found on Tiktok and Instagram by going to Instagram@stg242. The deadline for submission is 5 p.m. on April 22. Gift cards will be given to the winners. An informational video on the contest an also be found on TikTok.
  • April 12 – The LC State Speech and Debate Club will hold a Mad Libs event on Zoom at 7:30 p.m. The password for the event is MadLibs!
  • April 12 – A student art exhibition gallery will be available for viewing online.
  • April 14 - Creative Writing Original Readings. LC students in beginning, intermediate and advanced nonfiction share their creative work. Stream will be on the LCSC Humanities YouTube Channel.
  • April 15 – LC State’s Shakespeare class will present a recorded performance of Williams Shakespeare’s Macbeth.
  • April 19-20 – A collection of 10-minute pre-recorded short play readings from both LC State and the community will be held.
  • April 20 – LC State’s Choir will sing music that originated from Canada. The concern will be streamed live on the Music at LC State Facebook page.

For more information on the week, contact the LC State Humanities Division at [email protected].