Artist Fellows Showcase Featuring Campo Santo, Nefasha Ayer, and Short Films by Kevin Epps

Performance by Campo Santo

Carlos Aguirre of Felonious and Campo Santo performs his amazing beat-boxing as part of Block by Block, a new project that features multidisciplinary pieces with hip-hop theater collective Felonious and writings from Junot Díaz. This series launches new projects that will come from Intersection and Campo Santo in the coming seasons with Dennis Kim, the Living Word Project, Marc Bamuthi Joseph, Luis Alfaro, RIchard Montoya, Jessica Hagedorn, Denis Johnson, California Shakespeare Theater, and more.

Filmmaker's Lounge with Kevin Epps

Jailed on Principle (5 min.)
Josh Wolf shares with Kevin Epps his view on his federal grand jury case days before he turns himself in to federal custody.

Popped in Oakland (5 min.)
Oakland is one of many major cities across the United States that has suffered an increase in gun-related homicides. Hear the testimony of those who've survived shootings and gain a deeper look into what one doctor is calling "an epidemic of violent crime in the African-American community."

Plus a trailer of the new documentary FAM BAMa short documentary that provides a critical look into the structure of the black family in America.

Join Kevin Epps in the Filmmaker's Lounge for Q&A immediately after the event.

Songs from Nefasha Ayer Trio, with film imagery by Brandon Eversole and Ariane Wu

Nefasha Ayer is a transnational contemporary chamber music ensemble that combines influences from the African Diaspora, South Asia, and the Americas.

Ticket Information

Admission is free. Seating is limited and first come, first served.

Visit the Artist Fellows website for more information on the artists, program, and upcoming events.

Contact Information
Andrea Martin