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Join artists in creating film, poetry, plays & screenplays this March

In Full Color's residency continues at Hudson County Community College's Behind the Scenes Sundays, an event series inviting audiences to join artists at work -- and perhaps even create art of their own.

Join us on March 6, 13 and 20 at Dineen Hull Gallery, 71 Sip Ave., sixth floor, Jersey City, NJ. Up to 10 guests can join any of these events in-person. RSVP is required. All guests will be masked. Select events will be Livestreamed or available on Zoom. All events are free to attend.

Here's the full lineup for March. Please note that two of the events are on the same day, March 6. Click links to RSVP.

Sunday, March 6 at 10 am: Call for Southeast Asian Stories

Share stories about what you’ve mourned (or anticipate mourning) at this live film shoot for IFC alum Dena Igusti’s next project, “A Thin Veil.” To participate in the project, fill out this Google form.

Sunday, March 6 at 2 pm: "Elemental Emotions” by Crystal Davis

OpenRoad Poetry (ORP) celebrates its two-year anniversary with In Full Color! Join us as IFC alumni Crystal Davis of Crystal Letters and ORP, reads from her first book release, Elemental Emotions and discusses the process as a poet, author and graphic designer on finding the storyline through words and images to create a cohesive, gripping work of art. Attendees are welcome to share Questions and participate in the open mic segment. Hosted and curated by RescuePoetix.

Sunday, March 13 at 1 pm: “Egghead” by Nina Ki

A reading of IFC alum Nina Ki's new play, "Egghead." -- Jane Park, a Korean American high school student, grapples with others' expectations and stereotypes of Asian women - until this tension erupts in violence.

Sunday, March 20 at 2 pm: New Screenplays by Kendra Augustin

Kendra Augustin, the writer behind IFC’s first traditional play, reads new work for the screen including a half-hour comedy pilot, a half-hour animated pilot, and a short rom com script. Audiences will get to listen and offer feedback.

For our full event calendar, click here.


In Full Color is an award-winning organization that empowers women of color and other BIPOC of marginalized genders through education and the arts. We lead a storytelling revolution called Authentic Representation in theater, visual art, comedy, music, dance and other media. We empower BIPOC to be their best selves. We also educate, entertain and engage audiences of all colors and genders about diversity, equity, inclusion and justice.

We were previously known as Thinking In Full Color. IFC is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. For more information, visit


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