Li-Ming Hu is an interdisciplinary artist who employs a carnivalesque sensibility, to explore the relationships between cultural production and the construction of subjectivities.
This event is part of the program for Must They Also Be Gods, a Flux Factory Exhibition that runs until November 2nd.
Night of Music: Concert and Bazaar
Thursday, October 31,
Doors at 8pm
Show starting at 8:30
In the Flux Factory Gallery
For an alternative to the costumed chaos of Halloween night, join Must They Also Be Gods artists for an electric night of soul stirring sounds.
The musicians will also be joined by a small selection of artisans
Opening the night will be dynamic Soul and R&B artist K’La Soul, who incorporates jazz, R&B beats and Hip Hop influences, to create a unique and vibrant sound.
Niambi Ra and the Blackstarz
Niambi masterfully moves between the genres to deliver a uniquely distinctive musical experience. Niambi & the Blackstarz fuse elements of classic Hip-hop music and culture with the groove of funk music, the sweet and seductive essence of jazz, and a love of soul music. They intend to inspire individuals to speak their truth and tell their stories by evoking love, strength, and unity in the spirits of audiences around the world.
Cosmic Soul and Hip HopMary Music Video
Flux Factory’s ground-floor gallery has an ADA-compliant bathroom