Second Settlements
Chee Malabar, Amitava Kumar, Daisy Rockwell, Tanuj Chopra, & Dax-Devlon Ross
Second Settlements

An evening of film, art, literature, and music, Second Settlements features artists whose work arises out of a necessity to resettle spaces, both real and imagined.

Second Settlements is an exploration of places and experiences long lived out by the artists, that still weigh heavily in their creative work.

In the work of each of these artists, a sense of their individual and collective past becomes a palimpsest onto which new ideas of global citizenry are etched and made alive.

 

ALI ABIDI – PRODUCER

AMITAVA KUMAR – WRITER

ASA WILKS – DRUMMER

CHEE MALABAR – RAPPER

DAISY ROCKWELL – PAINTER

DAX-DEVLON ROSS – JOURNALIST

PETER MONTALBANO – BASSIST

TANUJ CHOPRA – FILMMAKER

 

Presented by the Vanderbilt Republic and the Asian American Writers’ Workshop.

Seats are limited! Reserve yours here.

 

 

 

Second Settlements

Chee Malabar, Amitava Kumar, Daisy Rockwell, Tanuj Chopra, & Dax-Devlon Ross
Sunday, December 15, 2013
8:00 PM
$0.00
Gowanus Loft
61 9th Street
Brooklyn 11215
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