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MICA Unity Week & Renee Cox talk

Susan Alcorn

Friday, 2/6/08, 8:30pm, $6 sug.donation
featuring local pedal steel guitarist and dancer from NY:


Carriage House, 2225 Hargrove St., Lower Chas. Village

SUSAN ALCORN is a Baltimore, Maryland-based composer and musician who has received international recognition as an innovator of the pedal steel guitar, an instrument whose sound is commonly associated with country and western music. Alcorn has absorbed the technique of C&W pedal steel playing and refined it to a virtuosic level.

clyde forth’s work has crossed the boundaries of drawing, sculpture, video, dance and poetry for the last 18 years. Her performances and artwork have been shown in Los Angeles, New York City, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Houston, Troy NY, Woodstock NY, MA, NM, VT, Washington DC, Canada, the UK and of course Baltimore MD. She is a guest artist member of VTDance, directed by Vincent Thomas, in Washington DC.

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