MUSE 2016

March 25–April 10 2016 | Fridays-Saturdays 7:30pm, Sundays 3:00pm

Pegasus’ annual MUSE Festival features music, poetry, dance and discussion inspired by the Great Migration Centennial celebration.

Schedule:

March 25 CLASSIC BLACK

Music Quartet performs Southern Roots, Urban Migrations.
Featuring: Zahra Baker, Shanta Nurullah, Mwata Bowden & Avreeayl Ra

April 2 QUEENS DOMAIN

An Evening of Poetry, Music & Dance — Curated & Hosted by L11
Featured artists include: Bella Bahhs, Mel,  Syd Shaw, Khala Elizabeth, Mama Se, L11, B Dot Hill, K Love, Sylvie Grace & Windy Indie

April 3 PANEL DISCUSSION – MOVED TO APRIL 10


April 8 QUEENS DOMAIN

Second evening of Poetry, Music & Performance — Curated by L11
Featured artists include: Bella Bahhs, Mel,  Syd Shaw, Khala Elizabeth, Mama Se, L11, B Dot Hill, K Love, Sylvie Grace & Windy Indie

April 9 BLACK LIVES, BLACK WORDS

A reading of JUNETEENTH STREET by Reginald Edmund — free event to raise funds and awareness for Flint Michigan! Bring bottled water!

April 10 PANEL DISCUSSION

Who Can Tell Our Stories?  An artists of Color Town Hall.  We will discuss diversity, inclusion, collaboration and partnering amongst ourselves.  Panel Discussion moderated by Ashley Honoré and Reginald Edmund.


 

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