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Women Who Rock Guided Tours
Thursday, April 11 at 1PM, Saturday, April 20 at 10:30AM
Join Durham staff member and music enthusiast Leah Limbach for an exclusive tour of the
Women Who Rock
exhibit. Learn stories behind the artists and their performances and see their impact on American culture. Reservations are required and limited to 25. Please call the museum at (402) 444-5071 to reserve your spot.
ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAMS
Join us for one or an entire series of distance learning programs with educators from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. These interactive programs allow you to ask questions from the experts and learn about this dynamic industry.
Go Your Own Way: Conversations on Women Who Rock
Thursday, April 4, 12PM
This lively discussion will explore the various roles of trailblazing women in the music industry such as producers, performers, DJs, managers, executives, and journalists.
OMAHA GIRLS ROCK JAM SESSIONS
The Durham Museum is proud to partner with Omaha Girls Rock to offer a series of children’s workshops. The workshops are are recommended for children in 5th through 8th grades. Workshop space is limited so reservations are required. Each program is $8 for members and $10 for non-members with payment required at time of the reservation. Non-member parents are welcome to peruse through the museum during the class, but will be required to pay admission. Members are always free! Call (402) 444-5027 or email Education@DurhamMuseum.org for reservations.
Songwriting 101 presented by Orenda Fink and Christine Fink
Saturday, April 27, 10:30-11:30AM
This workshop will focus on the fundamentals of songwriting. Fink will discuss song structure, craft, and creative process. At the end of the class, children will have a chance to show off what they’ve learned by performing their NEW song for the group. We will provide the guitar playing, and they can provide the rock!
About the instructors:
Orenda Fink is a singer-songwriter currently based out of Omaha. Her current projects include Azure Ray, O+S, and Harouki Zombi, as well as her work as a solo artist. She has collaborated and co-written with artists such as Moby, Japancakes, Rewards, and most recently the electronica trance group Delerium. Her music has been heard in a vast array of television shows and films, from The Devil Wears Prada to Donner’s Pass. She currently works with local record label Saddle Creek Records and also Polyvinyl records with whom respectively she will be releasing several new works in the coming year.
Christine Fink is a singer-songwriter, writer, actress, and recent Omaha transplant. Her band, Religious Husband, has played extensively throughout the Southeast, particularly in the musically rich area of Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Christine was also the co-founder of a non-profit theater company in Florence, Alabama called The End.
ROCKING ON FACEBOOK
The Durham Museum is on Facebook! Like our page
and get ready to rock! During the run of
Women Who Rock
, we’ll be giving away great prizes, offered exlusively to our Facebook followers. Be on the lookout for chances to win framed, autographed prints of women rockers from well-known rock photographer, Janet Macoska (look for information on her upcoming lecture above)! You have to follow us to win!
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