Harmony Sessions return in April
at HARMONY CENTER
FREE TO THE PUBLIC
Reservations Required/Limited Seating Available
THE HARMONY SESSIONS, an innovative new program series featuring local, regional, and national voices in intimate conversations, insightful interviews, and inspired performances that engage the audience as a chorus, a co-storyteller, and a collaborative partner in disrupting dissonance, embracing difference, and finding harmony.
THE HARMONY SESSIONS take place at Franklin County Harmony Center
4411 Tamarack Boulevard, Columbus 43229.
This April, HARMONY collaborates with two community partners to shatter stereotypes, urging audience members to confront their own biases toward fulfilling the Harmony mission of building a more inclusive society.
Wednesday, April 19, 6:30 PM
Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction and Harmony Project present:
Celebrating the positive impact of reentry initiatives and the importance of supporting formerly incarcerated people as they return to our communities. Amazing music, inspiring visual arts, and compelling storytelling will bring the audience toward a better understanding of and greater empathy for those who have made a successful transition and those who are working hard toward that goal.
Wednesday, April 26, 11:00 AM
Goodwill Columbus and Harmony Project present:
Hear My Voice
Compelling performances–including from Harmony’s Community Arts program, Friends in Harmony–inspiring stories, dynamic visual arts, and theatrical presentations bring into the spotlight the voices of those with differing abilities and engage the audience in creating a more inclusive arts community.