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Preview - Women and Movement #8: African American Women Affecting the Arts in New Orleans Cruisin Jams

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Dr. Denise Frazier and Dr. John "Ray" Proctor discuss Women and Movement #8: African American Women Affecting the Arts in New Orleans, taking. place Friday, February 5, at 11AM CST. Registration link at bottom of description.

Music Rising at Tulane presents Women and Movement #8: African American Women Affecting the Arts in New Orleans
Five African American women will discuss how they are navigating their specific artistic mediums and working with their communities during this unprecedented time of socio-political unrest and international pandemic.

As in past panels, this conversation will also consider the politics of race, artistic agency, and artistic opportunity.

Panelists include: Doreen Ketchens (Doreen's Jazz New Orleans), Diane Mack (Producer and Morning Edition Host, WWNO), Queen Cherice Harrison-Nelson (Guardians of the Flame Maroon Society co-founder ), and Joy Clark (Musician, songwriter, and guitarist).
Moderated by Lauren E. Turner (Producing Artistic Director of No Dream Deferred NOLA).

Sponsored by New Orleans Center for the Gulf South. Organized by theater professor Dr. John "Ray" Proctor and assistant director of New Orleans Center for the Gulf South Dr. Denise Frazier.

REGISTER AT https://tulane.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_s7uJq9atQq2AofkYPpoUlg?_x_zm_rtaid=exnf_qMfT_mAKkpYNen7Sg.1612146176220.6512273a6414c130b67c6e4be0e1fc89&_x_zm_rhtaid=290

Dr. Denise Frazier and Dr. John "Ray" Proctor discuss Women and Movement #8: African American Women Affecting the Arts in New Orleans, taking. place Friday, February 5, at 11AM CST. Registration link at bottom of description.

Music Rising at Tulane presents Women and Movement #8: African American Women Affecting the Arts in New Orleans
Five African American women will discuss how they are navigating their specific artistic mediums and working with their communities during this unprecedented time of socio-political unrest and international pandemic.

As in past panels, this conversation will also consider the politics of race, artistic agency, and artistic opportunity.

Panelists include: Doreen Ketchens (Doreen's Jazz New Orleans), Diane Mack (Producer and Morning Edition Host, WWNO), Queen Cherice Harrison-Nelson (Guardians of the Flame Maroon Society co-founder ), and Joy Clark (Musician, songwriter, and guitarist).
Moderated by Lauren E. Turner (Producing Artistic Director of No Dream Deferred NOLA).

Sponsored by New Orleans Center for the Gulf South. Organized by theater professor Dr. John "Ray" Proctor and assistant director of New Orleans Center for the Gulf South Dr. Denise Frazier.

REGISTER AT https://tulane.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_s7uJq9atQq2AofkYPpoUlg?_x_zm_rtaid=exnf_qMfT_mAKkpYNen7Sg.1612146176220.6512273a6414c130b67c6e4be0e1fc89&_x_zm_rhtaid=290

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