The 2019 Native American Grad will be held Wednesday, May 15th (6:00-9:00 p.m.)
Special Keynote- Tara Trudell
As a multimedia artist, Tara weaves poetry, photography, film, and audio components into work in order to express creative visions that address social issues. Tara advocates for earth and humanity in an effort to stimulate action. Tara approaches photography with a humanistic sensibility in order to discuss and address important social issues especially dealing with the border between the USA and Mexico.
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Special Performance- Audiopharmacy
Audiopharmacy is a Bay Area based live music ensemble that uses globally infused indigenous hip - hop to inspire social change.
Founded in year 2000 by multi - instrumentalist / producer / turntablist - Teao Sense, the band has evolved and grown into an international movement. Core members include Teao Sense, Love / Speak, Ras K' Dee, Desirae Harp, The Cardinal Project, and more. Audiopharmacy combines Indigenous traditions, conscious hip-hop, soulful poetics & technical lyricism with global musical genres, live instrumentation, turntablism, and electronics. For over 17 years, Audiopharmacy has used its musical platform to reflect on humanity’s struggles and triumphs to cultivate healing, unity and harmony.