Members of the internationally-acclaimed ReadNex Poetry Squad will perform in the Great Room, Kaplan Hall 101, on Thursday, October 20, 2011, at 5 pm. During the performance, murals by young local artists will be on display, sponsored by Newburgh Youth Art. A reception will follow the performance.
Through words and music, the ReadNex Poetry Squadentertains audiences nationally and around the globe, uplifting urban communities with their unique style influenced by Hip-Hop, Soul, Latin and Caribbean music.
Newburgh Youth Art encourages the city’s young artists to have their voices heard and facilitates and supports their creative expression.
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