Event: ArtsBites – Indian Food and Conversation with composer, band leader and activist Meklit Hadero
Presented by: The Office for the Arts at Harvard, Department of Music and the Center for Public Leadership at Harvard Kennedy School
Time and date: 12-1 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 at the Office for the Arts, 74 Mt. Auburn Street
Attendance: Open to undergraduate students only! Free but registration required here. Limited to 20.
Time for Indian food, conversation and artists!
Find out more about Hadero here.
The event is supported by the Kayden Artist in Residence Fund.
Notable: When her album When the People Move, the Music Moves Too came out in 2017, it reached #4 on the iTunes World Music Charts, #1 on the North American Community + College Radio World Music Charts, #1 on the Earshot Canadian College World Charts, and was named one of the 100 Best Albums of 2017 by the Sunday Times UK, One of the Best Soul Ablbums of 2017 by Bandcamp and among the 10 Best Bay Area albums of 2017 by KQED.
ArtsBites is the OFA round-table discussion series with students and visiting artists. On March 27, we welcome Meklit Hadero, singer, composer, band leader, arts activist and educator. Read more about Hadero here. Find out about a public conversation with Hadero (also on March 27) at the Center for Public Leadership here.