An Immersive Live Event is Coming to Denver to Revolutionize High Schools

This weekend is coming to Denver and Colorado Springs — all with the aim of storytelling. With this XQ Super School Live tour, XQ and Pop-Up Magazine are encouraging audience members to reimagine high schools, as celebrities talk on varying subjects as they relate to culture and education. Audience members are invited to promote networking and community building to brainstorm ways of changing high schools country-wide.

Executive producer of XQ Super School Live and XQ’s CEO, Russlynn Ali explains they are “using stories that are true to demonstrate how high schools can foster collaborative, creative and curious students. ” Designed after TED Talks or The Moth live events, XQ’s show will feature stories told by writers from the likes of the New York Times, Slate and New Republic. “Storytelling is among the ways to link people to possibilities,” Ali added.

While the content of the performance is kept to guarantee an experience for attendees, the Super School Live event is sure to entertain. As soon as the audience walks into the room, they’ll be immersed by art in all forms. Accompanying the story performances will be animations, photography, illustrations and an installation by artist Hebru Brantley. Seventeen-year-old, DJ Prince is also teaming up with Magik*Magik Orchestra to perform an original score for attendees.

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