6–8 pm | FREE | G.W. Anderson Family Great Hall––SOLD OUT
This event is at capacity. Please view our second Sight & Sound: DJ Soundscapes on March 3. March tickets will be released soon.
Let the music inform your viewing, let the artwork inform your listening. Join us for this spring’s multi-sensory series of art and music curated by local DJ Amir Jackson from Ogden, Utah, melding soul, jazz, and melodies old and new with the themes of Black Refractions: Highlights from The Studio Museum in Harlem.
A New York Native and military veteran, Amir's connection to music started in the womb, his mother being an exceptional singer, and grew into a love affair that he now shares with others playing soul, funk, jazz, and hip-hop, etc. Amir focuses on the feeling and mode created by a curating the perfect sound recipe.
In case you’re wondering, safety remains a top priority. Face masks and social distancing are required, and gallery capacity will be limited.