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Jerome Nerman Visiting Lecture Featuring Raven Chacon
The UBC School of Music Symphonic Wind Ensemble, led by Robert Taylor, performs Raven Chacon’s work, American Ledger (No. 1), 2018, outside the Music Building at the University of British Columbia, October 8, 2020, as part of Soundings: An Exhibition in Five Parts at the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery (September 8-December 6, 2020). Photo: Rachel Topham Photography.
Jerome Nerman Visiting Lecture Featuring Raven Chacon | October 27 • 6:30 PM | Yardley Hall, Midwest Trust Center, JCCC | Pulitzer Prize winning musician, composer and artist | FREE and open to the public | Reception prior to talk 5:30-6:30 PM
Get an introduction to a musician who made history when the Jerome Nerman Lecture Series presents Diné composer and Pulitzer Prize-winning artist Raven Chacon Thursday October 27 at 6:30pm in Yardley Hall, Midwest Trust Center at Johnson County Community College.
Chacon is a composer, performer and installation artist from Fort Defiance, Navajo Nation. Chacon’s exhibits and performances — as a solo artist, collaborator or with musical ensemble Postcommodity — have taken him to WhitneyView more
INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*
Additional time info:
Reception in MTC lobby 5:30-6:30 PM prior to talk.
12345 College Blvd, Box 14, Overland Park, KS 66210
- For the best parking, check your tickets for curtain time and arrive 20-25 minutes in advance.
- Parking at Johnson County Community College is generally free, except for the rare weeknight performance. Ask the box office about reserved parking if the event you’re attending is scheduled on a weeknight.
- The closest place to park is in either the East or West Midwest Trust Center parking garage. To get to the Midwest Trust Center garages, drive onto campus from the east College Boulevard entrance. The garages are two-level lots directly in front of (to the north of) the Midwest Trust Center. “Reserved” spots in the surface lot parallel to the west garage may be used for performance parking.
- To get to the Galileo’s Garden parking structure, drive onto campus at Quivira Road or follow the East Campus inner road east and south to Clock Drive. Turn right on Clock Drive into the parking garage. After you park, walk out of the northeast exit of the garage and follow the sidewalk straight north to the Midwest Trust Center.