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Blackbird, Fly: A Concert for Voice, Body + String (MOCA Cleveland)
On 12/4/2015

BLACKBIRD, FLY: A Concert for Voice, Body, and Strings combines folklore, narrative, music, and movement to engage and explore critical questions about identity, tolerance, and inclusion. Steeped in hip hop aesthetic, this intimate duet features two preeminent sons of Haitian immigrants — composer/violinist Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR) and arts activist/spoken word artist Marc Bamuthi Joseph. Together, they weave together their life stories in a striking performance that confronts and connects.
One Hour, One Work (After Work) (MOCA Cleveland)
On 12/17/2015

Points of View: Architecture and Migration (MOCA Cleveland)
On 1/7/2016

Throughout history, the migration of cultures to new lands has influenced the ways in which populations inhabit space, from impermanent homes to enduring monuments. In the long past, this architectural evolution of place occurred relatively slowly, influenced by available materials, information, and people. Today, however, information is readily available and change occurs more rapidly. This talk by Steven Rugare (Associate Professor of Architecture at Kent State University) will examine how contemporary migration and immigration influences the nature of architecture and design in America, and how notions of transience and change get built into these expressions.

Senior and students seniors can purchase their tickets on-site for a reduced rate.