Independence Community College’s Phi Theta Kapp chapter will host “Sunflower Music,” a presentation and discussion by Cash Hollistah on October 21 at 7:00 p.m. at Independence Community College, Academic Building Room 200. Members of the community are invited to attend the free program. Contact Sarah Owen or Anita Chappuie at 620-331-4100 for more information. The program is made possible by Humanities Kansas along with an Honors in Action grant from Phi Theta Kappa Music transcends race, gender, class, and geography and throughout history humans have used music to communicate stories, express emotions, and connect us to one another and moments in time and place. This presentation highlights numerous artists and musicians from the Sunflower State and takes a deeper look into how the power of place informs and inspires us musically.
Cash Hollistah is a Rapper, Arts Educator, and Mentor at The City Teen Center in Salina.
“Sunflower Music” is part of Humanities Kansas's Crossroads Conversations Catalog, featuring presentations, discussions, and workshops designed to spark conversations in the Sunflower State.
This program is part of the Crossroads: Change in Rural America initiative anchored by the Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibition of the same name. Crossroads promotes fresh thinking about the history, culture, and future of Kansas.
For more information about “Sunflower Music” at ICC contact the PTK advisors Sarah Owen (email@example.com) or Anita Chappuie (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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