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Human Rights Attorney Kimberley Motley will be joined by Grammy-nominated musicians KT Tunstall, Philip Sheppard, Paul Durham, and celebrated spoken word artist Steve Connell on Friday, March 16, in a multi-media masterpiece interwoven with music, stories, film, live theatre and poetry.

This event will kick off the HATCH Global Impact Series at the Rialto in Bozeman, merging entertainment, inspiration and clear direction to activate solutions for social and environmental challenges. HATCH is a nonprofit with local roots connecting people to resources and a global network to activate ideas that will hatch a better world.

Tickets for the event are $65 and can be purchased from The Rialto online, Eventbrite, or at the box office. Proceeds from the event will benefit Motley’s The Identity Project, a revolutionary plan utilizing the law to empower women around the world, and the HATCH Student Scholarship Fund, broadening horizons for tomorrow’s leaders. Both organizations have 501c3 status and all donations are tax deductible.

Kimberley Motley has been featured in The New York Times, for her unique role as the first and only international attorney navigating Afghan law to gain asylum for women whose lives were in danger for expressions of independence that defied cultural standards. She is the founder and CEO of Motley Legal Services, and a global human rights philanthropist donating at least 30 percent of profits to social and human rights causes. She represents clients on every continent except Antarctica.

KT Tunstall’s debut album inspired a nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, and her popular hit "Suddenly I See" was featured in the soundtrack for "The Devil Wears Prada."

Philip Sheppard is the CEO and co-Founder of the revolutionary music tech startup, LifeScore. He has worked with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry and composed over 60 film and theatrical scores, including the "Star Wars: Force Awakens" Comic Con trailer. Philip’s latest collaboration with Odesza was nominated for two 2018 Grammy Awards.

Steve Connell is an actor, poet, and transformative entertainer whose live performances are as dynamic as the words he delivers. He has entertained at private performances for President Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Maya Angelou, and Norman Lear.

Paul Durham is a singer-songwriter for the band Black Lab, whose songs have been featured in multiple feature films, TV shows, and commercials, including Spider-Man, House MD, and The Covenant.

For more information and tickets, visit www.HATCHexperience.org, www.rialtobozeman.com, or contact Yarrow Kraner at yarrow@hatchexperience.org.