Spinning Home Movies: “The Pedagogy of Joy” with DJ L O Kari
Apr. 09, , 2020
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South Side Home Movie Project invites you to tune into Facebook Live with Arts + Public Life every Thursday night at 7pm to experience a unique program of vintage home movie footage from the South Side Home Movie Project, sound-tracked by some of Chicago’s top DJs.
This week DJ L O Kari will be spinning an all-vinyl
set inspired by scenes of kickbacks and turn ups in the home movie
archives, themed “The Pedagogy of Joy,” reflecting a time when we’re all
“between the grooves.” Featured home movies include clips from the
Pitts, Frazier, Merrifield, Alsup-Smith, Maxwell, Patton, Buford and
Ellis Family Collections.
Elgin Bokari T. Smith aka L O Kari is a Chicago-based DJ, activist, visual and performing artist from St. Louis, Missouri. He has performed domestically and abroad, and gives back to his community as a teaching artist, Program Director of Free Write Arts & Literacy, and president of the activist and artist collective, Elephant Rebellion. He is also is the co creator of Pocket Con, the comic book convention that celebrates characters of color.