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Sep 23 - 26, 2021 // Partner Digital Presentation

JAM3A
Presented by the Arab American National Museum

 

JAM3A, which is Arabic for “gathering,” is a free virtual music and arts festival celebrating Arab talent, community, and identity.

The four-day experience, presented by the Arab American National Museum, features musical performances, a curated virtual vendor market showcasing small artisan businesses, and artist talkbacks and workshops, all featuring the talents of the Arab and Arab American community. The event will be livestreamed across various platforms and includes performances by:

Thur Sep 23 // 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm (Watch on YouTube)

REMOooOTE: Detroit-Palestine
Alsarah & The Nubatones

Followed by a moderated talkback with the artists (around 8:30 pm). Audiences will be invited to experience a circular meditation followed by a discussion on land, Indigeneity, and song tradition/reinvention.

Fri Sep 24 // 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm (Watch on YouTube)

Ramy Essam
Emel

Followed by a moderated talkback with the artists (around 8:30 pm). Audiences will be invited to a discussion on music activism, the Arab Spring, and alternative contemporary Arab music.

Sat Sep 25 // 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm (Watch on YouTube)

Lime Rickey International
Hello Psychaleppo
47SOUL

Followed by a moderated talkback with the artists (around 9:30 pm). Audiences will be invited to a discussion on contemporary Arab dance music and the communities that it creates.

Sun Sept 2 // 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm (Watch on YouTube)

Medusa TN
Oddisee

Followed by a moderated talkback with the artists (around 2:30 pm). Audiences will be invited to a conversation on Arab diasporic hip-hop.

Learn more about the artists

https://www.jam3a.org/artists

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Sep 23 - 26, 2021
Partner Digital Presentation

JAM3A
Presented by the Arab American National Museum

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JAM3A, which is Arabic for “gathering,” is a free virtual music and arts festival celebrating Arab talent, community, and identity.

The four-day experience, presented by the Arab American National Museum, features musical performances, a curated virtual vendor market showcasing small artisan businesses, and artist talkbacks and workshops, all featuring the talents of the Arab and Arab American community. The event will be livestreamed across various platforms and includes performances by:

Thur Sep 23 // 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm (Watch on YouTube)

REMOooOTE: Detroit-Palestine
Alsarah & The Nubatones

Followed by a moderated talkback with the artists (around 8:30 pm). Audiences will be invited to experience a circular meditation followed by a discussion on land, Indigeneity, and song tradition/reinvention.

Fri Sep 24 // 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm (Watch on YouTube)

Ramy Essam
Emel

Followed by a moderated talkback with the artists (around 8:30 pm). Audiences will be invited to a discussion on music activism, the Arab Spring, and alternative contemporary Arab music.

Sat Sep 25 // 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm (Watch on YouTube)

Lime Rickey International
Hello Psychaleppo
47SOUL

Followed by a moderated talkback with the artists (around 9:30 pm). Audiences will be invited to a discussion on contemporary Arab dance music and the communities that it creates.

Sun Sept 2 // 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm (Watch on YouTube)

Medusa TN
Oddisee

Followed by a moderated talkback with the artists (around 2:30 pm). Audiences will be invited to a conversation on Arab diasporic hip-hop.

Learn more about the artists

https://www.jam3a.org/artists

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