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Music on the Porch: Atticus Reynolds Latin Jazz Quintet, Thursday, April 27 at 5:30 pm

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Atticus Reynolds is a drummer/composer from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. His first EP (EMIT) is available on Bandcamp and Soundcloud, and his forthcoming album Ventana is a suite of original music inspired by folkloric Latin rhythms that was recorded in Puerto Rico.

Joining Atticus for this show are Kevin Beardsley (bass), Dan Hitchcock (saxophones), Brevan Hampden (congas/percussion), and Ernest Turner (keyboard). The quintet will perform a mix of standards in the Latin jazz idiom as well as some original music.

SOHP Intern Performance, Thurs, April 27, 2017 at 5:00 pm

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Music on the Porch: River Kings 2.0, Thurs, April 13 at 5:30 pm

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Alfred Banks has been described as “spitting urban country consciousness,” and Marco Pavé has been called “a millenial Muslim from Memphis.” CSAS is proud to be a stop on the River Kings 2.0 tour, which spans from New Orleans to Brooklyn. Marco conducts workshops around the country on hip-hop and social justice and has delivered a compelling TED talk advocating greater support for the arts. Formerly known as Lyriqs da Lyraciss, Alfred was nominated by OffBeat Magazine as Best Emergent Artist of 2016. Calling all woke folks for this important show!

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Tell About the South: William Sturkey, Wed, April 12 at 12:30 pm

William Sturkey’s talk “The Jewel of the Delta” will highlight the history of Mound Bayou, Mississippi in the national black media during the era of Jim Crow.  Controlled and inhabited exclusively by African Americans, Mound Bayou played a distinct role in the African American imagination for over six decades as an example of black Sturkeyeducational and economic achievement. This talk will unfold the history of Mound Bayou in black public life across three distinct stages, exploring why the town mattered so much and examining Mound Bayou’s crucial role in facilitating coverage of the most explosive lynching story in American history and the early Civil Rights Movement.

This talk is free and open to the public, and light refreshments will be served. RSVPs to pathorn@unc.edu are appreciated but not required.

Drop by the Center for “Arts Everywhere Day,” Fri, April 7 from 1:00-3:00 pm

Our current art exhibit of Keith Knight’s political cartoons will be featured as part of Arts Everywhere Day, a campus-wide celebration of the arts in daily life. The core principles of the event are

  • The arts are for everyone.
  • Every space can be a creative space.
  • The arts create and share new meaning.
  • Curiosity and discovery enrich daily life.

Join us from 1:00-3:00 pm. This event is free and open to the public, and light refreshments will be served.

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