Tonight: Marc Bamuthi Joseph at the Eldorado Ballroom

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May 12, 2010 by WITS Houston

The UH Mitchell Center for the Arts brings the spoken word artist and hip hop dancer Marc Bamuthi Joseph to the Eldorado Ballroom at 7 pm.

A performance/presentation by artist-in-residence Marc Bamuthi Joseph takes place tonight on the Project Row Houses campus.  Life Is Living: Houston will be an arts and environmental justice festival scheduled for November 6, 2010, at Emancipation Park in Houston’s Third Ward. Life Is Living is a national campaign celebrating sustainability and hip hop culture in neighborhoods across the U.S. including those in Chicago, Harlem, and Oakland. Local Houston partners include Project Row Houses, Aerosol Warfare, Youth Advocates, Last Organic Outpost, Workshop Houston, and various other departments at the University of Houston.

Location: Project Row Houses’ Eldorado Ballroom, 2310 Elgin St.
Admission:  FREE


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