The presentation of PostSecret: The Show at the Ferst Center next week offers the campus several opportunities to address hidden issues or problems that many are facing but may be afraid to discuss. From a panel on suicide prevention, to special mailboxes where you can deliver a secret, to the show itself, the Georgia Tech Counseling Center and the Office of the Arts invite the community to participate.

When: Monday, February 1 at 6 pm
Where: Ferst Center for the Arts Gallery

Join the Georgia Tech community as we come together to start a conversation to help prevent suicide on our campus. Talk with Frank Warren, the creator of PostSecret, and learn from mental health professionals how you can help. See more information here.

Frank Warren, Creator of PostSecret
Dr. Drew Adelman, GT Psychologist
Dr. Shannon Croft, GT Psychiatrist
Dr. Belinda McIntosh, Board Member of AFSP

PostSecret: The Show is a visual, auditory and emotional journey through the beauty and complication of our deepest fears, ambitions, and confessions. With the assistance of projected images and video, three actors guide the audience through stories sourced from over a million anonymous and artful secrets mailed on postcards to artist, curator, and internet phenomenon Frank Warren. The show reaches beyond the confines of the stage, reminding audiences that no matter what you may be facing, you are not alone. (Mature content, not recommended for children)

When: Saturday, February 6 at 8 pm
Where: Ferst Center for the Arts

GT Staff and Faculty Tickets for the performance are half price starting Friday, February 5 at 10 am. Each GT employee can get up to two tickets at half price. Please purchase in person from the Ferst Center Box Office, M-F, 10-6, (and one hour before show time) and present your BuzzCard for ID.

Visit the Office of the Arts website and the PostSecret website to learn more.

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