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In Conversation: Hood Ornaments and Hip Hop Culture

Event information

September 21, 2021
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Location
Online
Cost:
Free for members; $5 students; $10 non-members; advance registration required.
Description:
"Hip hop is my life," says Paradise Gray, Pittsburgher, community organizer, author, artist, producer, historian, and chief curator of The Universal Hip Hop Museum in the Bronx, New York. Join Gray and Treble NLS, performing artist and Head Teaching Artist for 1Hood Media, as they explore the roles that hood ornaments, car culture, and branding have played in the world of hip hop.
In Conversation: Hood Ornaments and Hip Hop Culture
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