LIBRARY OUT LOUD presents Rhythm & Rhymes: A Time to Break The Silence.
Join us for a celebration of nonviolent social change through live jazz, spoken word, and open mic performances. The January 2022 premiere focuses on the theme, "A Time to Break The Silence" in efforts to illustrate the power of song and poetry during times of protest.
THE RHYME AND REASON
"It don't mean a thing, if it ain't got that swing."
Rhythm & Rhymes celebrates the cultural heritage of jazz and poetry through the lens of literature, spoken word, instrumentation, performance, and songs. Our public art programs are designed to shape thoughts, build a sense of community, and open the door for meaningful dialogue while knocking down the walls that constrain commonality.
MLK PROGRAM SET TO CENTER ON LIVE JAZZ AND SPOKEN WORD AT THE LIBRARY
Spoken word artist Ashlee Haze will headline upcoming Rhythm & Rhymes "A Time to Break The Silene" program hosted by Grammy nominated poet Queen Sheba at an undisclosed library location. Stay tuned for open mic registration details and event updates.
The program, which includes a monologue and commentary to outline how you continue to stand in the symbolic shadows of Dr. Martin Luther King’s dream when you uplift your voice, takes place from 2 to 4 p.m. It is free and open to the public and concert goers are free to use public paid parking, rideshares, and/or Marta.