Very excited to share this with you! Beyond many performance option, Funkadesi is expanding its reach in addressing inclusion, equity, and belonging in a deep way . . . through our music, and our 23 year journey as a multicultural band . . . .
Learn to connect more deeply to yourself, to others, and engage in important conversations about diversity, equity, inclusion and much more. Small and large group trainings custom-designed through expert training, facilitation, and hands-on multicultural drumming. Contact: Dr. Rahul Sharma / email@example.com / 773.220.6711 / www.rahulsharmapsyd.com
As always, this show will feature special guest artists!
(FYI, this is the late show. There is also an earlier show at 6pm. For more information visit https://funkadesimatinee.eventbrite.com)
All Ages, Doors 7:30pm, Show 8pm
Table Seating: $22 Advance, $24 Door
General Admission: $18 Advance, $20 Door
The 10-Time Award-Winning FUNKADESI blends Indian music (bhangra, bollywood, folk) with reggae, funk, and Afro-Caribbean grooves. The Chicago-based band’s “one-family” vibe makes for an enthralling live shows & interactive workshops. President Barack Obama noted: “Funkadesi really knows how to get the crowd fired up! There’s a lot of FUNK in that DESI!” For the past 20 years, Funkadesi’s vision has been clear. This festive, virtuoso experience of cultural unity wows crowds through danceable grooves and brings communities together through education & dialogue.
members of Funkadesi featuring latin guest artists! Check out the amazing exhibit while listening to music!
Talking to Action: Art, Pedagogy, and Activism in the Americas
August 27 – December 8, 2018
Talking to Action investigates contemporary, community-based social art practices in the United States and throughout Latin America while attempting to build a direct dialogue with artists and researchers across the hemisphere to discuss shared concerns. Talking to Action focuses on the collaborative, dialogically-based form of art making that is most often referred to as “social practice” with roots in public practice, community-based, participatory, relational and socially-engaged art. Consequently, the artists in Talking to Action explore a range of trans-disciplinary practices, blurring the lines between object making, political and environmental activism, community organizing, and performance.