Performing The Movement: Damon Locks at University of Michigan

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Ingrid Racine uploaded this event on December 16, 2020

Where

University of Michigan
1237 Mcintyre Dr Ann Arbor, Mi
Ann Arbor, MI
Map
(734) 764-1817

When

Thu, January 28, 2021
6:30 pm

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Musicians

Damon Locks
composer/conductor

About

Damon Locks will do a short solo performance and speak about his work with Prison and Neighborhood Arts Project (PNAP) and the Black Monument Ensemble. In the Black Monument Ensemble, Damon Locks uses music and sound to connect the past and future of the civil rights movement. The Prison and Neighborhood Art Project provides arts and humanities courses to men at the Stateville Maximum Security Prison, where Damon Locks works as an artist educator.

Damon Locks is a Chicago-based visual artist, educator, vocalist/musician. He attended the Art Institute of Chicago where he received his BFA in fine arts...

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