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Discover the Fisher after hours and enjoy music, rhythm, art activities, and much more! Explore the powerful connection between art and social change with multidisciplinary artists—Camae Ayewa, Aiyana Sha’niel, and Mims. Drawing inspiration from the thought-provoking exhibition Kara Walker: Cut to the Quick, panelists will examine how storytelling and creative expression intersect with history, identity, and contemporary issues.

Following the conversation, guests are invited to enjoy an innovative and boundary-pushing performance by Irreversible Entanglement (IE). IE’s performance blends spoken word, music, and visuals to craft narratives that challenge the conventional and amplify marginalized voices.

Co-sponsored by the USC Thornton School of Music. 

This event is open and free to all. Refreshments will be available.
RSVP is required for the panel discussion.


Program Schedule

5:00 PM- Exhibition Walkthrough with curator Danielle Sommer
6:30 PM- Panel Discussion with USC Thornton faculty member Camae Ayewa (Moor Mother), Aiyana Sha’niel, and Mims. Moderated by Daijah Williams. 
7:30  PM- Silhouette Art Activity
8:00 PM - Live performance  by Irreversible Entanglements & Reception

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