Wednesday, 29 Mar 2023
Join ISU Writing and Communication Consultations and Academic Success Center for a virtual speaker series event in conversation with artists and designers, Ashlee Bird, Joseph Erb, and Casey Koyczan. Panelists will each share their work advocating for Indigenous language justice through technology and design, followed by a Q&A with attendees.
Guillermo Galindo has spent his career redefining the conventional limits between music, the art of music composition and the intersections between art disciplines, politics, humanitarian issues, spirituality and social awareness. Much of his work focuses on the stories of migrants and refugees told through experimental music and performance art. He will give a public lecture March 29 and premiere his "Transonic Borders" composition March 30.