Social Progress through Music Aesthetic Innovations

Zoom Link: https://lmula.zoom.us/j/85040527668

Join Dean Kathleen Kim and internationally recognized musician, Guillermo E. Brown, in conversation about the role of music in our racial and social justice work and share socio-historical perspectives on various music genres and social movements. 

Explore the relationship between social justice movements and diverse music genres such as jazz, improv and R&B. 

About the Panelists:

Guillermo E. Brown:

Guillermo plays on the Late Late Show w/ James Cordon in Reggie Watts' band and has been leading labor organizing efforts on behalf of the musician union, the most racially diverse of all the entertainment unions. Please see links below with more information.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guillermo_E._Brown

https://creative-capital.org/artists/guillermo-e-brown/

https://thecreativeindependent.com/people/multi-disciplinary-performer-guillermo-e-brown-on-rhythm-and-balance/

Dean Kathleen Kim:

For more on Dean Kathleen Kim’s music references, please visit the following links:

https://kathleenkim.bandcamp.com/

https://womenscenterforcreativework.com/events/art-in-the-age-of-emergency/

https://shekhan.bandcamp.com/

https://lafog.bandcamp.com/

Tuesday, October 27 at 5:00pm

Virtual Event