Join a conversation hosted by songwriter/vocalist Martha Redbone featuring composer/performer Raven Chacon.
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Native American musical traditions are as profound as they are influential, yet they are often overlooked in official historical narratives. Raven Chacon has bridged his musical practice with a concrete activism mission that challenges established structures and ideas, creating disruptive Noise music and art installations with the Native American art collective Post Commodity.
Raven Chacon is a composer, performer and installation artist from Fort Defiance, Navajo Nation. As a solo artist, collaborator, or with interdisciplinary arts collective Postcommodity, Chacon has exhibited or performed at Whitney Biennial, documenta 14, REDCAT, Musée d’art Contemporain de Montréal, San Francisco Electronic Music Festival, Chaco Canyon, Ende Tymes Festival, 18th Biennale of Sydney, and The Kennedy Center. Every year, he teaches 20 students to write string quartets for the Native American Composer Apprenticeship Project (NACAP). He is the recipient of the United States Artists Fellowship in Music, The Creative Capital Award in Visual Arts, The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation Artist Fellowship, and the American Academy’s Berlin Prize for Music Composition. He lives in Albuquerque, NM.
Martha Redbone is a vocalist/songwriter/composer/educator of Cherokee/Choctaw/African American descent. She is known for her unique gumbo of folk, blues, and gospel from her childhood in Harlan County, Kentucky infused with the eclectic grit of pre-gentrified Brooklyn.