POSTPONED Fowler Out Loud: Zama Dube
DUE TO WEATHER, THE PROGRAM WILL BE RESCHEDULED IN EARLY 2024
Zama Dube is a South African voice and sound artist currently pursuing a PhD in Cinema and Media Studies at UCLA. Drawing from her experiential knowledge as a media practitioner in the South African broadcast industry, Zama’s current research examines practices of visual dissent by Black women and queer cultural producers in the African diaspora. Interweaving audio and visual worlds, Zama pulls from diverse visual mediums in order to conjure sonic landscapes that draw primarily from Amapiano and Deep House music.
Fowler Out Loud is an evening concert series that invites UCLA students from various disciplines to perform at the museum. Support for Fowler Out Loud comes from the UCLA Office of Residential Life.
Parking available in UCLA Lot 4, 198 Westwood Plaza, directly off Sunset Blvd; $3/hr or max $15/day. Rideshare drop-off at 305 Royce Dr.
Image credit: Photo courtesy of the artist