Music and Feminism in the Electronic Age
Although women have made substantial contributions to the world of electronic music, the arts realm is far less progressive than it may seem. However, Nancy Lee, Soledad Fatima Muñoz, Ash Luk, and Alexandria Chen have a plan to change that. Their symposium, CURRENT: Feminist Electronic Art Symposium 2.0, aims to help build a more inclusive club culture by making a space for artists to come together and discuss, share, and create - free of charge. CURRENT runs from July 25-29; more information regarding tickets and specific locations can be found on their website.
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