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The 2021 Pop Convergence: A Virtual Pop Conference, April 22-25th
Artwork by Alex Nero; Design by The Art Dictator
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Saturday, April 24 • 11:15am - 11:30am
Bonus Beats 5

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For our breaks between the daytime sessions, members of our Programming Committee volunteered to curate/create short bits of "bonus beats" content.

For this break, we have:

1. "You See Me," a 2020 music video by NYU Clive Davis Institute student Océane. "Can you ever truly see or know someone? "You See Me" relates to the idea "flux" by portraying the ways in which a person can be seen over the passage of time. We all fit into the story of history, and with this comes the ups and downs that come with life. Although it may be impossible to ever truly see a person, there is a beauty in appreciating darkness and light within each of us."
2. Michelle Habel-Pallán in conversation with recording artists Quetzal.


Speakers
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Michelle Habell-Pallán

Professor of Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies; Director of the UW Certificate for Public Critical Race Scholarship; Director of the UW Honors Ecuador Study Abroad Program, University of Washington (UW)
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Quetzal

 After a short conversation with Michelle Habell-Pallán , Quetzal Flores from the Grammy Award-winning East Los Angeles band Quetzal introduces a Pop Con live performance of “La Vuelta/The Turn” from their new Smithsonian Folkways CD “Puentes Sonidos. ” Quetzal crosses... Read More →
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Océane

Océane (Maya Cherie Océane Malamba Lopez) is a Sophomore at New York University where she studies Recorded Music at the Clive Davis Institute. Océane’s original pieces have been featured by the Goodman Theatre, the Chicago Humanities Festival, and the Lyric Opera Chicago. Her... Read More →


Saturday April 24, 2021 11:15am - 11:30am PDT
Both Room A+B