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The Sweetwater Sessions, Vol. 7: Will It Go Round In Circles w/ Marvin K. White

The Sweetwater Sessions, Vol. 7

Will It Go Round In Circles: A Theopoetics of House Music Reading and Ceremony
w/ Marvin K. White

Monday, September 26, 2016
6:30 – 8:30 PM
Omi Gallery at Impact Hub Oakland
2323 Broadway Oakland, California

Admission
$5 (No One Turned Away)

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Marvin K. White, MDiv, is a graduate of the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley CA, and the author of four collections of poetry published by RedBone Press; Our Name Be Witness, Status and the two Lammy-nominated collections last rights and nothin’ ugly fly. Marvin is a member the 2016-2017 cohort of the YBCA Fellows program at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.  As a community-based artist, he is articulating a vision of social, prophetic and creative justice through being a black poet, artist, teacher, facilitator, activist, community organizer, preacher, homemaker, public theologian, urban writer, cake baker, lover of house music and sweaty dance floors,
and Facebook Statustician.

website: marvinkwhite.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/marvink.white
Twitter: @marvinkwhite
Instagram: dorker_the_berry

About The Sweetwater Sessions
This multi-sensory, multi-media series of creative arts practice engagements gives voice to the dramatic collaborative process between Artist, Spirit, tradition and community in the design of freedom narratives for contemporary culture. With an aim to intersect and possibly disrupt social constructs, “The Sweetwater Sessions” allow for a deeper exploration of femininity and liquidity in the creation of a lush identity celebrating Black people and Blackness. Curated and hosted by Ashara Ekundayo.

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Event Organizers

Ashara Ekundayo

Date & Time

26 September 2016 | 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Location

Impact Hub Oakland – 2323 Broadway, Oakland, CA

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Entry Fee

Cost for Members: 5

Cost for Non Members: 5

Updated on 08 September 2016