About this Event
Join us for this Black History Month event with Dr. Julian Glover -- an academic, activist and performer.
-Research focuses on Black/brown queer cultural formations, performance, ethnography, embodied knowledge and performance theory.
-A classically-trained cellist, creative work is multidisciplinary and engages sonic, visual, affective, written and kinesthetic registers with the aim of bringing viewers into critical dialogue with themselves toward psychic, spiritual and interpersonal transformation.
This event is free and open to the public.