Join the Centre for Art Tapes for the first installment of Media Fusion on Thursday, March 24th at 7pm at the North End Memorial Library.
The project is a collaborative multimedia project bringing together Hip Hop and Classical music influences.
Join multidisciplinary artists Cory Bowles, Tamar Dina, Lindsay Dobbin, and Lukas Pearse for an opportunity to hear the artists discuss their practices, collaboration, and the progression of the Media Fusion project. The artists will be gathering community feedback, and recording audio samples to be used in their final performance in April (Dates TBA). Don’t miss out on your chance to be a part of this exciting performance!
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