King Britt headshot, a Black man with salt and pepper beard and blue glasses

Saturday, April 23 | FREE | 7:30 pm 
G. W. Anderson Family Great Hall | UMFA
Limited seating. First come, first served.

Spend a night in the future. Experience the live fusion of electroacoustic music, visual art, literature and dance inspired by Afrofuturism. Dancers from West High School will perform alongside students in the U’s Electroacoustic Ensemble and English 5225 class. Joined by acclaimed producer, composer, and professor of computer music at UCSD, King Britt.

Afrofutures 2022 

This spring you are invited into the near-distant-past-future with Afrofutures, a three-part programming series at the UMFA designed to prompt meaningful dialogue and spotlight Black artists doing amazing work that both interrogates and innovates. Stay up to date on all Afrofutures events here



This project was funded as part of “Landscape, Land Art and the American West,” a joint research and engagement initiative between the UMFA and the U of U Marriott Library supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and matching funds from the University. 

In partnership with the U of U College of Fine Arts, Crystal S. Rudds of the Department of English, and Elisabet Curbelo Gonzalez from the School of Music.