Venue: At Home
Start Time: 6:00pm

If there’s one thing musician and marketing expert Seanloui knows, it’s how to make connections. His ability to build networks within our artistic community is what gave rise to the Black Renaissance Festival, which is currently celebrating its third year in Tucson and has grown to include an album, a podcast, and a plethora of events, both live and virtual, throughout the month of February. Catch up with Seanloui as he and Chad talk releasing music, building a movement, and the internet.

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July 19

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Venue: University of Arizona Museum of Art
Start Time: 11:00am
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