PERSPECTIVES | Lucas Senger, Instructor, Arts Enterprise and Cultural Innovation

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Tuesday, February 18, 2020 - 5:00pm
Fine Arts Building 124 - Western Gallery

 

Lucas G Senger is a multi-industry creative professional. Senger’s career began as a performing artist sharing the stage with the likes of The Roots, Black Eyed Peas, A Tribe Called Quest, Wu Tang Clan, Macklemore and many other seminal acts in Hip-Hop. As a filmmaker Senger’s film projects have been awarded top honors at Tribeca International Film Festival, South by Southwest, Naples, Manchester and Seattle International Film Festivals among others. He has contributed production leadership to media projects that have been broadcast on Vice, MTV, Fuse and Sundance networks and platforms. At WWU Senger teaches Music 106 Intro to Hip-Hop and is the co-author of Western's Arts Enterprise and Cultural Innovation offering.

Senger's Perspectives talk will focus on Knowledge Bennet's "Cojones" series. A body of work that is at the nexus of race, music, pop culture, fine art, identity and appropriation.

Part of the exhibition KNOWLEDGE BENNETT: ROAD TO DAMASCUS at the Western Gallery through May 2.

Above: From the "Cojones" series by Knowledge Bennett

Below: Lucas G Senger

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