The last time I saw Willie Mae Rock Camp and the Black Rock Coalition rock it out at an event, I was BLOWN AWAY-- this is powerful stuff. All that and feminist art too. SWOON.....
SAVE THE DATE - April 7!
Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls and Black Rock Coalition at the Brooklyn Museum's First Saturday
Saturday, April 7
5-7 pm in the main lobby of the Brooklyn Museum
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
The Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls and the Black Rock Coalition present a unique mix of female musicians from NYC:
Three bands featuring young women from rock camp:
Care Bears on Fire (www.myspace.com/carebearsonfire)
Follo wed by the bands of two artist members of the Black Rock Coalition:
Singer/multi-instrumentalist Honeychild Coleman (www.honey-child-8rm.com)
Electric violinist Mazz Swift's Brazz Tree project (brazztree.com).
This show is a part of the Brooklyn Museum ’s First Saturday event series. The theme for the April 7 First Saturday event is “Global Feminisms” to coincide with the opening of the Brooklyn Museum ’s new Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art. The museum will be open until 11:00 p.m., featuring music, dancing, and films. Museum galleries stay open, as does the café and a cash bar.
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