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Art, Identity, and Power: An Evening with MC Rocky Rivera and Muralist Audrey Chan

USC Pacific Asia Museum

 

 

An inspiring evening of music, murals, and conversation addressing gender, identity, and representation will feature an explosive performance by San Francisco rapper and activist Rocky Rivera. Following the performance, Rivera will join acclaimed Los Angeles–based artist and educator Audrey Chan and USC professor and poet Adrian De Leon(moderator) for an uplifting conversation about social justice, feminism, and using art to empower diasporic communities.

After the discussion, the audience is invited to meet Rivera at a book signing, take part in a walk-up print workshop by Self Help Graphics, and enjoy snacks from The Park's Finest. The USC Pacific Asia Museum’s 50th-anniversary exhibition, INTERVENTION: Perspectives for a New PAM (on view November 12, 2021–February 6, 2022), will be open for viewing throughout the evening.

Cost: Free