AS PROGRAM BOARD PRESENTS… IN CONVERSATION WITH PRINCESS NOKIA
TICKETS ON-SALE TUES 11/13/18 @ 10AM
PURCHASE @ AS TICKET OFFICE OR https://events.ucsb.edu/
UCSB STUDENTS $15 | GENERAL $18 | DOORS $20
THIS EVENT IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Destiny Nicole Frasqueri, otherwise known as Princess Nokia, is a Nuyorican singer, rapper, urban feminist and self-identified bruja who has taken the music game by storm. She channels her Afro-Latinx and Indigenous roots with a Spanish Harlem attitude, creating a prismatic body of work that aims to challenge the constructs of music and unite women of color. She is a founding member of the Smart Girls Club, a collective aimed to inspire feminist collaboration through various workshops and radio shows. She has been featured in Vogue, Noisey, Paper Mag, iD, NPR, Dazed, among many more.
Join us for a conversation exploring intersectional feminism, spirituality, and empowerment in both her musical career and life.
This event will take place on Friday, November 30th in Campbell Hall. Doors will open at 7PM and the show will begin at 8PM.