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OneBeat at REDUX presented by MOJA Arts Festival

A neighborhood is a living organism: it breathes, struggles, and changes with the generations, and in an increasingly global world, the value of the neighborhood becomes ever more important, albeit more threatened. A neighborhood is the most literal form of “community” — a group of individuals who share a physical space, who must communicate their values, needs, and desires with one another, and who see each other’s lives unfold. Neighborhoods also have a distinct culture, and a history that tell us more about who we are, where we came from, and what we are capable of. This October, a group of musicians from around the globe visits one Charleston, SC neighborhood to learn about its history, its struggles and celebrations, and to collaborate with residents to create original art. 

An ensemble of global musicians from OneBeat will perform original musical works inspired by stories from residents and Tiny Businesses engaged in the conNECKtedTOO project of North Central Charleston neighborhood, in partnership with Charleston Rhizome Collective. A celebration of a neighborhood and its history, the evening will begin with a series of pop-up performances in local storefronts, culminating with a performance at Redux Contemporary Art Center at 7 pm.

This performance is funded in part by a grant from South Arts in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts and the South Carolina Arts Commission.

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Earlier Event: October 3
Un-Wined with Watercolor
Later Event: October 6
Free Winsor & Newton Oil Demo