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YEAR OF GLOBAL AFRICA: Snares to Wares: Emmanuel Wokurach at the RCAH LookOut! Gallery
Monday, 23 Apr 2018
7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Lookout! Gallery, Snyder-Phillips Hall, 2nd floor
Event Details:

Join us for an evening of music and conversation with Emmanuel Wokurach on April 23 at the Lookout! Gallery in Snyder-Phillips Hall.  This event is presented by Snares to Wares, a community-based conservation initiative dedicated to improving human livelihood and protecting wildlife in and around the village of Pakwach, Uganda.

Emmanuel was born in Pakwach, Uganda.  He has been playing the African Harp for most of his adult life, despite losing his eyesight to Cerebral Malaria at the age of 7.  Emmanuel plays for the tourists at Paraa Safari Lodge, where they stay while visiting Murchison National Park.

This event is co-sponsored by Lyman Briggs College, College of Arts and Letters, Dept. of Art, Art History, and Design, College of Music (Diversity Inclusion Committee), Global Engagement Network/RCAH, Residential College in the Arts and Humanities, Center for Advanced Study of International Development, and the Honors College.

This event is open to students and all of the MSU and local community.