Presented by Black Cinema Collective in community partnership with Wa Na Wari, Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF), Langston Seattle, and Henry Art Gallery
BLACK SPATIAL ELEGANCE:
NEW CINEMATIC LANGUAGE OF GLOBAL BLACK MUSICStreaming Live on Facebook & YouTube: Thursday, June 24, 2021, 7:00 PM
Program Series Introduction
“An Evolutionary History of Visual Art + Music”
presented by Devan Kirk + Cassidy Correia
Hosted by BCC + Partners
An inaugural gathering that recognizes and celebrates Black Music Month in Seattle, where we foreground the influence of Black music through the visual and cinematic legacies of videos, films, art direction + design produced by Black storytellers throughout the diaspora.
(she/her) is a first-generation student at the University of Washington in Seattle. She is majoring in International Studies with a focus in International Human Rights and minoring in Portuguese and Luso-Brazilian studies. With an indigenous Brazilian background, her current studies focus on the human rights of indigenous communities. Cassidy was born and raised in Seattle, Washington and has a deep connection to the Seattle music scene.
is a recent graduate from the University of Washington, where they just received their degree in Art and Anthropology. They were born and raised in Seattle, Washington and have been an active part of the University of Washington community, especially as a former track & field Student-Athlete. Devan also makes art in their spare time, typically using photography as their medium. He is planning to move to the Netherlands to study Social and Cultural Anthropology at the University of Amsterdam in August!
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