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Africana Studies/NEH: HiiiPOWEREd Cypher | Interdisciplinary Programs

Apr 18, 2018
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

STEPS Building - STEPS Lawn
1 West Packer Avenue
Bethlehem PA 18015

Jeanne Kassis Office of Interdisciplinary Programs

Africana Studies/NEH: HiiiPOWEREd Cypher

Graffiti Cypher: Live and Interactive Graffitti Installation: Wild Style
12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Max Meano, Mural/Graffiti Artist

The 2018 HiiiPOWEREd CYPHER, a Hip Hop Expo and Arts and Humanities experience born at Lehigh co-curated by Profs. Kashi Johnson and Monica R. Miller - is a grant-funded initiative supported by the prestigious LU National Endowment for the Humanities Challenge Grant awarded to Africana Studies, "Black Publics/Lived Experience: Africana Studies and the Public Humanities at Lehigh University." On the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of Prof. Johnson's iconic public-facing Hip Hop Theatre course at Lehigh University, 'Act Like You Know' the inaugural HiiiPOWEREd CYPHER marks this historic moment of celebrating 10 years of Hip Hop at Lehigh University, through a nine day Expo, grounded in the Five Foundational Elements of Hip Hop for the 21st Century. The Expo aims to seamlessly integrate world-renowned artists, scholars, practitioners, educators, students, administrators, public partners and the surrounding community, into a variety of unique, public humanities and arts-based Hip Hop cyphers including moderated public discussions and lectures, networking possibilities, activities in the surrounding community, Hip Hop theatre performances, a interactive DJ workshop, live graffiti mural installation, and much more!

For a complete list of all HiiiPOWEREd CYPHER events, click here...

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