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Tango at KAM

Dec 15, 2018
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Krannert Art Museum, 500 East Peabody Drive

Enjoy an afternoon of Tango dancing in the galleries with live music by Tangotta. Tango at KAM is free and open to dancers of all abilities, with or without a dance partner. Everyone is welcome. Tangotta is comprised of Armand Beaudoin on bass and cello, Dorothy Martirano on violin, Sam Ginger on keyboard and accordion, and George Turner on guitar. Event organized by Melih Sener. For more information, please visit: http://www.kam.illinois.edu

Tango at KAM

Dec 15, 2018
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Krannert Art Museum, 500 East Peabody Drive

Enjoy an afternoon of Tango dancing in the galleries with live music by Tangotta. Tango at KAM is free and open to dancers of all abilities, with or without a dance partner. Everyone is welcome. Tangotta is comprised of Armand Beaudoin on bass and cello, Dorothy Martirano on violin, Sam Ginger on keyboard and accordion, and George Turner on guitar. Event organized by Melih Sener. For more information, please visit: http://www.kam.illinois.edu

Tango at KAM

Dec 15, 2018
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Krannert Art Museum, 500 East Peabody Drive

Enjoy an afternoon of Tango dancing in the galleries with live music by Tangotta. Tango at KAM is free and open to dancers of all abilities, with or without a dance partner. Everyone is welcome. Tangotta is comprised of Armand Beaudoin on bass and cello, Dorothy Martirano on violin, Sam Ginger on keyboard and accordion, and George Turner on guitar. Event organized by Melih Sener. For more information, please visit: http://www.kam.illinois.edu

Tango at KAM

Dec 15, 2018
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Krannert Art Museum, 500 East Peabody Drive

Enjoy an afternoon of Tango dancing in the galleries with live music by Tangotta. Tango at KAM is free and open to dancers of all abilities, with or without a dance partner. Everyone is welcome. Tangotta is comprised of Armand Beaudoin on bass and cello, Dorothy Martirano on violin, Sam Ginger on keyboard and accordion, and George Turner on guitar. Event organized by Melih Sener. For more information, please visit: http://www.kam.illinois.edu

Tango at KAM

Dec 15, 2018
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Krannert Art Museum, 500 East Peabody Drive

Enjoy an afternoon of Tango dancing in the galleries with live music by Tangotta. Tango at KAM is free and open to dancers of all abilities, with or without a dance partner. Everyone is welcome. Tangotta is comprised of Armand Beaudoin on bass and cello, Dorothy Martirano on violin, Sam Ginger on keyboard and accordion, and George Turner on guitar. Event organized by Melih Sener. For more information, please visit: http://www.kam.illinois.edu

Tango at KAM

Dec 15, 2018
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Krannert Art Museum, 500 East Peabody Drive

Enjoy an afternoon of Tango dancing in the galleries with live music by Tangotta. Tango at KAM is free and open to dancers of all abilities, with or without a dance partner. Everyone is welcome. Tangotta is comprised of Armand Beaudoin on bass and cello, Dorothy Martirano on violin, Sam Ginger on keyboard and accordion, and George Turner on guitar. Event organized by Melih Sener. For more information, please visit: http://www.kam.illinois.edu

Tango at KAM

Dec 15, 2018
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Krannert Art Museum, 500 East Peabody Drive

Enjoy an afternoon of Tango dancing in the galleries with live music by Tangotta. Tango at KAM is free and open to dancers of all abilities, with or without a dance partner. Everyone is welcome. Tangotta is comprised of Armand Beaudoin on bass and cello, Dorothy Martirano on violin, Sam Ginger on keyboard and accordion, and George Turner on guitar. Event organized by Melih Sener. For more information, please visit: http://www.kam.illinois.edu

Tango at KAM

Dec 15, 2018
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Krannert Art Museum, 500 East Peabody Drive

Enjoy an afternoon of Tango dancing in the galleries with live music by Tangotta. Tango at KAM is free and open to dancers of all abilities, with or without a dance partner. Everyone is welcome. Tangotta is comprised of Armand Beaudoin on bass and cello, Dorothy Martirano on violin, Sam Ginger on keyboard and accordion, and George Turner on guitar. Event organized by Melih Sener. For more information, please visit: http://www.kam.illinois.edu

Tango at KAM

Dec 15, 2018
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Krannert Art Museum, 500 East Peabody Drive

Enjoy an afternoon of Tango dancing in the galleries with live music by Tangotta. Tango at KAM is free and open to dancers of all abilities, with or without a dance partner. Everyone is welcome. Tangotta is comprised of Armand Beaudoin on bass and cello, Dorothy Martirano on violin, Sam Ginger on keyboard and accordion, and George Turner on guitar. Event organized by Melih Sener. For more information, please visit: http://www.kam.illinois.edu

Tango at KAM

Dec 15, 2018
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Krannert Art Museum, 500 East Peabody Drive

Enjoy an afternoon of Tango dancing in the galleries with live music by Tangotta. Tango at KAM is free and open to dancers of all abilities, with or without a dance partner. Everyone is welcome. Tangotta is comprised of Armand Beaudoin on bass and cello, Dorothy Martirano on violin, Sam Ginger on keyboard and accordion, and George Turner on guitar. Event organized by Melih Sener. For more information, please visit: http://www.kam.illinois.edu

Tango at KAM

Dec 15, 2018
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Krannert Art Museum, 500 East Peabody Drive

Enjoy an afternoon of Tango dancing in the galleries with live music by Tangotta. Tango at KAM is free and open to dancers of all abilities, with or without a dance partner. Everyone is welcome. Tangotta is comprised of Armand Beaudoin on bass and cello, Dorothy Martirano on violin, Sam Ginger on keyboard and accordion, and George Turner on guitar. Event organized by Melih Sener. For more information, please visit: http://www.kam.illinois.edu

Talk: The Depression-Era Hobo Experiences of UIUC Students and Faculty On the Road with Nelson Algren, William Attaway, and Harry Partch

Dec 20, 2018
4:00 pm
Spurlock Museum, 600 S Gregory St, Urbana

During the Great Depression thousands rode the rails to survive. Among them were at least two Illinois graduates and one future Illinois faculty. All three were be deeply impacted by their experiences and drew upon them in their later artistic endeavors. Drawing on published and unpublished work by all three men, Illinois PhD candidate Nathan Tye (History) uncovers their lives on the road and the lasting legacy of the Great Depression on the University of Illinois.

Talk: The Depression-Era Hobo Experiences of UIUC Students and Faculty On the Road with Nelson Algren, William Attaway, and Harry Partch

Dec 20, 2018
4:00 pm
Spurlock Museum, 600 S Gregory St, Urbana

During the Great Depression thousands rode the rails to survive. Among them were at least two Illinois graduates and one future Illinois faculty. All three were be deeply impacted by their experiences and drew upon them in their later artistic endeavors. Drawing on published and unpublished work by all three men, Illinois PhD candidate Nathan Tye (History) uncovers their lives on the road and the lasting legacy of the Great Depression on the University of Illinois.

Talk: The Depression-Era Hobo Experiences of UIUC Students and Faculty On the Road with Nelson Algren, William Attaway, and Harry Partch

Dec 20, 2018
4:00 pm
Spurlock Museum, 600 S Gregory St, Urbana

During the Great Depression thousands rode the rails to survive. Among them were at least two Illinois graduates and one future Illinois faculty. All three were be deeply impacted by their experiences and drew upon them in their later artistic endeavors. Drawing on published and unpublished work by all three men, Illinois PhD candidate Nathan Tye (History) uncovers their lives on the road and the lasting legacy of the Great Depression on the University of Illinois.

Talk: The Depression-Era Hobo Experiences of UIUC Students and Faculty On the Road with Nelson Algren, William Attaway, and Harry Partch

Dec 20, 2018
4:00 pm
Spurlock Museum, 600 S Gregory St, Urbana

During the Great Depression thousands rode the rails to survive. Among them were at least two Illinois graduates and one future Illinois faculty. All three were be deeply impacted by their experiences and drew upon them in their later artistic endeavors. Drawing on published and unpublished work by all three men, Illinois PhD candidate Nathan Tye (History) uncovers their lives on the road and the lasting legacy of the Great Depression on the University of Illinois.

Talk: The Depression-Era Hobo Experiences of UIUC Students and Faculty On the Road with Nelson Algren, William Attaway, and Harry Partch

Dec 20, 2018
4:00 pm
Spurlock Museum, 600 S Gregory St, Urbana

During the Great Depression thousands rode the rails to survive. Among them were at least two Illinois graduates and one future Illinois faculty. All three were be deeply impacted by their experiences and drew upon them in their later artistic endeavors. Drawing on published and unpublished work by all three men, Illinois PhD candidate Nathan Tye (History) uncovers their lives on the road and the lasting legacy of the Great Depression on the University of Illinois.

Talk: The Depression-Era Hobo Experiences of UIUC Students and Faculty On the Road with Nelson Algren, William Attaway, and Harry Partch

Dec 20, 2018
4:00 pm
Spurlock Museum, 600 S Gregory St, Urbana

During the Great Depression thousands rode the rails to survive. Among them were at least two Illinois graduates and one future Illinois faculty. All three were be deeply impacted by their experiences and drew upon them in their later artistic endeavors. Drawing on published and unpublished work by all three men, Illinois PhD candidate Nathan Tye (History) uncovers their lives on the road and the lasting legacy of the Great Depression on the University of Illinois.

Talk: The Depression-Era Hobo Experiences of UIUC Students and Faculty On the Road with Nelson Algren, William Attaway, and Harry Partch

Dec 20, 2018
4:00 pm
Spurlock Museum, 600 S Gregory St, Urbana

During the Great Depression thousands rode the rails to survive. Among them were at least two Illinois graduates and one future Illinois faculty. All three were be deeply impacted by their experiences and drew upon them in their later artistic endeavors. Drawing on published and unpublished work by all three men, Illinois PhD candidate Nathan Tye (History) uncovers their lives on the road and the lasting legacy of the Great Depression on the University of Illinois.

Talk: The Depression-Era Hobo Experiences of UIUC Students and Faculty On the Road with Nelson Algren, William Attaway, and Harry Partch

Dec 20, 2018
4:00 pm
Spurlock Museum, 600 S Gregory St, Urbana

During the Great Depression thousands rode the rails to survive. Among them were at least two Illinois graduates and one future Illinois faculty. All three were be deeply impacted by their experiences and drew upon them in their later artistic endeavors. Drawing on published and unpublished work by all three men, Illinois PhD candidate Nathan Tye (History) uncovers their lives on the road and the lasting legacy of the Great Depression on the University of Illinois.

Talk: The Depression-Era Hobo Experiences of UIUC Students and Faculty On the Road with Nelson Algren, William Attaway, and Harry Partch

Dec 20, 2018
4:00 pm
Spurlock Museum, 600 S Gregory St, Urbana

During the Great Depression thousands rode the rails to survive. Among them were at least two Illinois graduates and one future Illinois faculty. All three were be deeply impacted by their experiences and drew upon them in their later artistic endeavors. Drawing on published and unpublished work by all three men, Illinois PhD candidate Nathan Tye (History) uncovers their lives on the road and the lasting legacy of the Great Depression on the University of Illinois.

Talk: The Depression-Era Hobo Experiences of UIUC Students and Faculty On the Road with Nelson Algren, William Attaway, and Harry Partch

Dec 20, 2018
4:00 pm
Spurlock Museum, 600 S Gregory St, Urbana

During the Great Depression thousands rode the rails to survive. Among them were at least two Illinois graduates and one future Illinois faculty. All three were be deeply impacted by their experiences and drew upon them in their later artistic endeavors. Drawing on published and unpublished work by all three men, Illinois PhD candidate Nathan Tye (History) uncovers their lives on the road and the lasting legacy of the Great Depression on the University of Illinois.

Talk: The Depression-Era Hobo Experiences of UIUC Students and Faculty On the Road with Nelson Algren, William Attaway, and Harry Partch

Dec 20, 2018
4:00 pm
Spurlock Museum, 600 S Gregory St, Urbana

During the Great Depression thousands rode the rails to survive. Among them were at least two Illinois graduates and one future Illinois faculty. All three were be deeply impacted by their experiences and drew upon them in their later artistic endeavors. Drawing on published and unpublished work by all three men, Illinois PhD candidate Nathan Tye (History) uncovers their lives on the road and the lasting legacy of the Great Depression on the University of Illinois.

Talk: The Depression-Era Hobo Experiences of UIUC Students and Faculty On the Road with Nelson Algren, William Attaway, and Harry Partch

Dec 20, 2018
4:00 pm
Spurlock Museum, 600 S Gregory St, Urbana

During the Great Depression thousands rode the rails to survive. Among them were at least two Illinois graduates and one future Illinois faculty. All three were be deeply impacted by their experiences and drew upon them in their later artistic endeavors. Drawing on published and unpublished work by all three men, Illinois PhD candidate Nathan Tye (History) uncovers their lives on the road and the lasting legacy of the Great Depression on the University of Illinois.

Talk: The Depression-Era Hobo Experiences of UIUC Students and Faculty On the Road with Nelson Algren, William Attaway, and Harry Partch

Dec 20, 2018
4:00 pm
Spurlock Museum, 600 S Gregory St, Urbana

During the Great Depression thousands rode the rails to survive. Among them were at least two Illinois graduates and one future Illinois faculty. All three were be deeply impacted by their experiences and drew upon them in their later artistic endeavors. Drawing on published and unpublished work by all three men, Illinois PhD candidate Nathan Tye (History) uncovers their lives on the road and the lasting legacy of the Great Depression on the University of Illinois.

Talk: The Depression-Era Hobo Experiences of UIUC Students and Faculty On the Road with Nelson Algren, William Attaway, and Harry Partch

Dec 20, 2018
4:00 pm
Spurlock Museum, 600 S Gregory St, Urbana

During the Great Depression thousands rode the rails to survive. Among them were at least two Illinois graduates and one future Illinois faculty. All three were be deeply impacted by their experiences and drew upon them in their later artistic endeavors. Drawing on published and unpublished work by all three men, Illinois PhD candidate Nathan Tye (History) uncovers their lives on the road and the lasting legacy of the Great Depression on the University of Illinois.

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