Dec 3, 2020, 7PM–8PM

Milford Graves: A Music-Coloring Deal

Image courtesy of the artist.
About

The ICA Student Board and Penn Records present Milford Graves: A Music-Coloring Deal, in conjunction with the exhibition Milford Graves: A Mind-Body Deal. Tune in and listen to musical performances by current and former Penn students, organized by Penn Records. While you listen, de-stress with your very own Graves-inspired coloring book, created by the ICA Student Board.

Download and print the booklet here.

Performers:
Enohem (Nancy Rosenberg and Tomasz Tabernacki) – class of 2021
Evan Thomas – class of 2020
Kelsey Jobalia – class of 2021

Register for this program (via Zoom): https://upenn.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_UJO58DJ9TISTMWK-HLlP_g

Penn Records fosters the live music scene at Penn through organizing and marketing concerts by student musicians, and functioning as a record label. In addition to events, Penn Records provides students with resources for practicing and playing; connects student musicians who are looking to start a band; creates promotional content for student musicians; and provides students with resources to record their music.

The ICA Student Board is an organization comprised of Penn Undergraduate students who are committed to advancing accessibility and inclusion within contemporary art. They serve as ambassadors of ICA exhibitions and programs, working with museum staff to establish the Institute as an essential space for student engagement with the arts at Penn. The Board leads initiatives that foster and strengthen the relationship between the museum and Penn’s student body, advises ICA staff as representatives of the University community, develops dynamic student-centered events, produces an annual arts publication, and manages promotional networks designed specifically for student outreach.

Support

Programming at ICA has been made possible in part by the Emily and Jerry Spiegel Fund to Support Contemporary Culture and Visual Arts and the Lise Spiegel Wilks and Jeffrey Wilks Family Foundation, and by Hilarie L. & Mitchell Morgan.