RENEGADE Contest – Win Tickets!
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This winter’s Pure Michigan Renegade series, a 10 week, 10 event series focusing on “renegades” examines thought-leaders and game-changers in the performing arts.
What’s a renegade to you? How do you know when a performing arts work or artist is truly game-changing, experimental or history-making?
Give us your answer in 7 words to enter to win tickets!
WHAT: UMS “What’s a Renegade?” Contest
REQUIREMENTS: Your definition of a performing arts renegade artist or work in exactly 7 words. This contest is free. Entries judged on creativity, renegade-ness.
DUE: January 12th, 12PM Noon.
1st place: Pair of tickets to your choice of concert at San Francisco Symphony’s American Mavericks with Michael Tilson Thomas.
2nd place: 2 very special reserved seats to Robert Wilson & Philip Glass at the Michigan Theater as part of the Penny W. Stamps Speaker Series. Conversation led by acclaimed theater director Anne Bogart.
HOW TO ENTER:
(1) Tweet your entry @UMSNews
(2) Add your entry as a comment on UMS’s Facebook page during the contest period. You must label your comment as a Renegade Contest entry.
(3) Add your entry as a comment in the comments section below.
Winners to be announced by January 12th, 5PM. Questions? Ask in the comments below.
Bonus Video: Renegade composer John Cage at a game show in 1960.
Thanks to everyone who entered! Our winners, selected by UMS staff, are:
opening minds meet.
Distorting the norm
Check out more of our favorites here. What was your favorite 7-word renegade definition?