"Colloquium Under a Palm Tree: A Reading” A reading with Minh Nguyen, Jacobo Zambrano-Rangel, Andres Hernandez, Natalia Piland, and Jeremy Sublewski that responds to Gloria Anzaldúa’s text "La Prieta" from This Bridge Called My Back (1983), and Cuban anthropologist Fernando Ortiz’s ideas on ‘transculturation’ and the confluences of different cultural experiences in how personal and political memory is formed, shredded, and re-stitched.
Minh Nguyen and Jacobo Zambrano
In Session: Minh Nguyen and Jacobo Zambrano
March 4, 2020 | 6:30 pm
2738 West North Avenue, Chicago, IL, USA
"Colloquium Under a Palm Tree: A Reading” A reading with Minh Nguyen, Jacobo Zambrano-Rangel, Andres Hernandez, Natalia Piland, and Jeremy Sublewski that r...
Minh Nguyen and Jacobo ZambranoRSVP
In-Session: Cat Mahari with Rae Chardonnay, Amir George, and Daniel Haywood
October 2, 2019 | 6:30 pm
2738 West North Avenue Chicago
Guiding Text: "In the Wake: On Blackness and Being" by Christina Sharpe In what ways does touch allow lived experiences of Blackness to be celebrated, healed...
Cat Mahari with Rae Chardonnay, Amir George, and Daniel HaywoodRSVP
Listening Session with Norman Long/Angel Bat Dawid/Xris Espinoza Trio
October 5, 2019 | 3:00 pm
Jeffery Manor Branch, Chicago Public Library, East 100th Street, Chicago, IL, USA
This performance is a collaborative activation of "Neighborhood Listening Garden" using experimental and electronic sound.
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