• New Members

  • The Power of Hip Hop Explored at the Fullerton Museum Center

    • Share:
    June 07, 2019

    On Sunday, June 9 at 2:00 p.m., a panel of experts will discuss the global culture of Hip Hop and its trans-formative power in a constantly changing media landscape. “The Power of Hip Hop” is the topic at the Fullerton Museum Center, where Kristine M. Wright, PhD. will moderate a conversation with leading Hip Hop scholars and artists as well as a Q&A with the audience. The event will last until 4:00 p.m.

    “The Power of Hip Hop” panel includes Dr. Wright, a sociologist and educator in African American Studies, Damon Cagnolatti, Professor of English at Cerritos College, Keyanna Celina, organizer and artist, as well as journalist, historian and DJ Davey D. The panel discussion is being offered in conjunction with the museum exhibit “Custom Beats: the Art of Hip Hop” at the Fullerton Museum Center through August 4.

    Admission to “The Power of Hip Hop” is $12 ($10 for museum members) and includes admission to the museum galleries. Space is limited and reservations are recommended.

    Please call the museum at (714) 738-6545 for further information or to sign up.