THE RADICALIZATION PROCESS PAPERS in Vital Signs for a New America, opening Friday, Sept. 8th: 

Revisit The Radicalization Process archive – created by The Hinterlands in partnership with Historian of the Future Casey Rocheteau – as a part of Stamps Gallery’s fall show, Vital Signs for a New America. This group exhibition also features work by Dylan Miner and Sheryl Oring that uses public engagement to explore our past with the purpose of reshaping our future.

Vital Signs for a New America

Stamps Gallery (201 S. Division St., Ann Arbor, MI)

Sept. 8-Oct. 14

Opening Reception: Friday, Sept. 8 from 6-8PM (FREE)

Live Performance: Tuesday, Oct. 3 from 6-7:30PM (FREE)

Saturday, Sept. 9th: CONCERT ON THE POROUS BORDER

Join us September 9th as we kick off a new series of Porous Borders programming with a special outdoor* concert celebrating the intersections and migrations of musical traditions from around the world. Can the tabla and djembe talk to each other? Can the accordion and harmonium get along? How did the Hawaiian slide guitar become a staple of Bengali music? Featuring:

REHANA MATLUB – NYC, master of the Bengali/Hawaiian slide guitar

EFE BES – Detroit Afrikan Drum Music

JOHN HARMON – accordion sounds by way of Siberia

& BANGLA SCHOOL OF MUSIC – harmonium, tabla and voice bring to life the songs of Rabindranath Tagore

Saturday, Sept. 9

5-9PM

Play House (12657 Moran St, Detroit)

Free

*This concert will take place outdoors, but never fear – if there’s bad weather, we’ll move inside Play House. Also — snacks!

Supported by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Peck Foundation

More POROUS BORDERS PROGRAMMING  Saturday, Sept. 16 with POETRY & TRANSLATION

Catch a reading, conversation, and workshop about how poetry shifts, expands, contracts, and re-emerges through the art of translation. Hosted by Maia Asshaq and featuring Tamar Boyadjian, Stephanie Jean, and Chris Tysh.

 

Phonetic Transcription Workshop (ages 15+):

Saturday, Sept. 16

4-5PM

Detroit Public Library Knapp Branch (13330 Conant St, Detroit, MI 48212)

Free

 

Reading and Discussion

Saturday, Sept. 16

Play House (12657 Moran St, Detroit)

FREE

Supported by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Peck Family Foundation

 

 

Want to connect with The Hinterlands? Keep up-to-date by becoming our Facebook friend, or sign up for our mailing list.