A concert series, Luce Unplugged invites local musicians to perform after staff-led art talks. Free coffee or tea available.
Black Hills is electronic pop music written, produced and performed by D.C.’s Aaron Estes. Estes explores a new direction from his classical piano training to combine synth pop and R&B in this solo project. Black Hills’ performance will follow a staff-led art talk on a Luce Center artwork chosen by Estes.
Event begins at 1:30PM
Presented by: Smithsonian American Art Museum
Featured Artist(s): Black Hills
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