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READING GROUP SESSION AT A+P: SULA
Turner Award-winning British artist Helen Cammock’s first exhibition in the United States features film, poetry, performance, archival documents, and books rooted in the social history, geography, and community of New Orleans, a place she visited for the first time in January 2022. Join us as we engage Toni Morrison’s, Sula, one of the texts pivotal to this exhibition, with Tameka Blackshir of Reparations Club, as she guides us through a reading group discussion. Please read the book in advance.
Inner City Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles Quill Session at Art + Practice
Helen Cammock began practicing the trumpet in New Orleans during her research for Helen Cammock: I Will Keep My Soul, and also became aware of a popular “quill tune”—a song played on a panpipe—that was heard around Congo Square on Sundays when and where enslaved people were free to dance and sing. Join the Inner City Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles at Art + Practice as they offer a “quill session” to share the sounds of liberation.
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