Oct 3rd 2022

The UIC Disability Cultural Center & Bodies of Work present:
Outdoor Campus Concert with Calculated Discomfort

Come wrap up your day with a show full of grooves from drummer and bandleader Tommy Carroll’s Calculated Discomfort. The band will perform material from Dances for Different Bodies, a sonic tribute to disability culture as well as music from their most recent project Prosthetic. Bring food and hang out!

Location: The plaza between University Hall & Behavioral Sciences Building (BSB)
601 S. Morgan

Date: Monday, October 3, 5:00-6:30pm

Cost: Free

Calculated Discomfort line-up includes:
2022 3Arts/Bodies of Work Fellow Tommy Carroll, drums
Victoria Boateng, djembe
Aidan Epstein, bass
Ian Walsh, guitar

Event URL: https://go.uic.edu/CampusConcert

Access info: ASL interpretation & CART live captions provided. CART captioning will be remote, with captions made available via link or QR code to access on your smartphone. For any other access requests contact Beth Bendtsen at bbendt2@uic.edu.

Sponsors: 3Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, The Joyce Foundation, UIC Applied Health Sciences: Department of Disability and Human Development, Access Living, UIC Disability Cultural Center, and Bodies of Work

This project is funded in part by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and The Joyce Foundation.

Image Description: The program flyer has a purple background, with pink and orange gradients in the corners. The event information is written in bold, uppercase text. On the left side of the flyer there is an illustration of a guitar, rendered in orange and pink. Below the guitar, in the bottom left corner, there are logos for the sponsors of the event. On the right side of the flyer, there is an illustration of a drum, drumsticks and a music note. The illustration is hot pink and blue. There is also a QR code that takes you to the full event description.

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