Open Mic Night
Join us for tonight’s program on zoom:
The zoom meeting information is as follows:
847 1829 5488
Open Mic at MoAD is going virtual! All interested readers, please sign up to perform below. For those interested in being part of the audience, no need to rsvp.
Sign up to perform below. Everyone is welcome.
OPEN MIC THURSDAYS continue. Because we remain closed due to the global pandemic COVID-19, we will host our Open Mic online via ZOOM. Because we had such an awesome first virtual open mic, we will bring them to you TWICE per month instead of once. Look for MoAD Open Mic this month on the FIRST & THIRD THURSDAYS.
Bassaco (aka 4D Griot) Ballou
FEATURE: Landon Smith
Raymond Nat Turner
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Here are the instructions for joining via ZOOM:
REGISTER IN ADVANCE VIA ZOOM TO RECEIVE A LINK TO JOIN THE PROGRAM
Once you register, you will receive an email with the link to join the program.
Hosted by poet Nia McAllister, join us for an evening of spoken word, featuring amazing poets from throughout the Bay Area. Participate or just watch. Everyone is welcome.
Our Featured Artist: Landon Smith
Landon Smith (he/him) was born in LA but grew up in San Jose, CA. He earned his BA in English from the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor and went to Mills College in Oakland to attain his MA in English Literature and Languages with a focus on black texts. When he was 12, his parents were going through a divorce, and his older sister, Alia, wanted him to have an outlet so she got him his first journal – that is how his lifelong journey with writing was born. Unconcerned with accumulating poetic accomplishments, he hopes that his work merely makes readers/listeners feel something – whatever it is. He credits much of his growth as a poet to his community at the Patrice Lumumba Writer’s Group, out of the East Side Arts Alliance in Oakland.