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Flagler College and the Crisp-Ellert art museum welcome artist Quese IMC for a virtual performance and Q&A session. Co-organized with the Frost Art Museum, FIU, Miami. 

Marcus “Quese IMC” Frejo is a tribally bear clan of the Seminole, wolf band of Pawnee and a pioneering indigenous hip-hop artist, cultural activist, and producer. One of the founding members of ‘culture shock camp: native hip-hop group and culture shock: the first native hip-hop summer of 1998,’ Quese has been instrumental in being one of the early founders of indigenous hip-hop as a genre and movement. IMC has also used hip-hop, empowerment, and activism in the effort to break the colonized illusion of cultural divides. Quese IMC is the founder of the #pawneecamp of the Standing Rock: Water is Life movement. 

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This event is associated with our exhibition The Inside World: Contemporary Aboriginal Australian Memorial Poles from the Debra and Dennis Scholl Collection.

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