The concerts celebrate the exhibition Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power 1963–1983, and Mitchell—who collaborates with AfriCOBRA—and Carson will be preceded by the “beat music” of Teebs in the first floor lobby.
The evening includes performances by Georgia Anne Muldrow and Busdriver in the museum’s Oculus Hall, and throughout the evening Mecca Vazie Andrews will “animate the galleries of Soul of a Nation through three distinct movement and dance pieces.”*
Wednesday, July 17, from 8pm until 11 pm.
221 South Grand Avenue, downtown Los Angeles.
The second of the Black Fire Sessions will take place on August 14.
From top: Roscoe Mitchell; Brett Carson, photograph by Carly McLane; Georgia Anne Muldrow; Busdriver; Teebs; and Mecca Vazie Andrews. Images courtesy and © the artists, their management, and the photographers.