Hip Hop: Unbound from the Underground | Ithaca Gears Up to Celebrate Hip Hop in a Major Way

Hip Hop: Unbound from the Underground

From April 4-7, 2013 the community of Ithaca, NY will host a major celebration of Hip Hop culture. There will be 4 full days of events: gallery exhibitions, panel discussions, movie screenings, and concerts.

People from all walks of life and geographic locations are invited to attend. Information about lodging for visitors can be found here.

“Hip Hop: Unbound from the Underground” planning committee:

  • Cornell Hip Hop Collection (Cornell University Library)
  • Tompkins County Public Library
  • History Center in Tompkins County
  • Cap Matches Color
  • Art & Anthropology
  • GIAC (Greater Ithaca Activities Center)
  • Cornell American Indian Program
  • NASAC (Native American Students at Cornell)
  • LAL (La Asociación Latina at Cornell)
  • ALANA (African, Latino, Asian, and Native American Programming Board)
  • CAPSU (Cornell Asian Pacific Islander Student Union)
  • APAA (Asian Pacific Americans for Action at Cornell)
  • A3C (Asian & Asian American Center at Cornell)

Additional sponsors:

  • Tompkins County Tourism Program
  • Highway HiFi
  • The New York Council for the Humanities
  • Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County
  • Cornell Concert Commission
  • CUTonight
  • Multicultural Concert Funding Advisory Board
  • Cinemapolis
  • Fingerlakes Environmental Film Festival

Full schedule of events here: http://unboundfromtheunderground.com/schedule-of-events/

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