An evening of in-your-face art and music to challenge the public.
For one evening at LMU, the culture and context of hip-hop will ignite the public. The event features an in-your-face graffiti art exhibit that will canvas the walls. Dr. Cheryl Grills, professor of psychology at LMU, will discuss the history of hip-hop and African spoken word, which predates hip-hop. Other performances include a student discussion of the global AIDS epidemic, live jazz and hip-hop music. Refreshments will be served.
Admission is $10 for the public. For information and tickets, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Added by lmunews1 on March 24, 2008