April 5 @ 4:00PM EST
Cook Recital Hall in the Music Building (333 West Circle Ave. East Lansing)
JJJJJerome Ellis Event
HIVES, in collaboration with the RCAH Center for Poetry, is excited to welcome JJJJJerome Ellis to Michigan State University for a performance and discussion at the intersections of disability, race, and performance.
This event is free and open to the public. Due to COVID restrictions, attendees will need to wear masks throughout the event and provide proof of vaccination (MSU student ID, Vaccination Card, or Negative PCR Test) at the door.
JJJJJerome Ellis is a blk disabled animal, stutterer, and artist. He prays, reads, gardens, cycles, wanders, and plays. Through music, literature, performance, and video he researches relationships among blackness, disabled speech, divinity, nature, sound, and time.
HIVES is dedicated to making our events as accessible as possible. This event will have CART, ASL, and Hearing Loops available.