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Experience the beats, breaks, and bass of DJ Randy Boogie + DJ Garronteed, at the Maxwell Museum's courtyard in a unique dance party.
Randy L. Barton (Dine’), also known as Randy Boogie, is a multi-disciplined, contemporary artist, designer, dancer, DJ, and music producer from Winslow, AZ best known for his visionary abstract paintings, live painting performances, and innovative style. The foundation of his creations derive from the unique combination of his background in hip hop, graffiti art, and the traditional Navajo teachings and ceremonies that began shaping his life at an early age.
Garron Yepa, also known as DJ Garronteed, is of Pueblo of Jemez and Dine’ heritage. He has engrossed himself in hip-hop and reggae music since he could decide what he wanted to listen to. His passion for the music shows in his distinct DJ style. He has been rocking crowds all over the nation with his seamless mixing of current club tracks, classic hip hop, and reggae music. Amongst a wide range of places, he has performed at clubs, live art shows, MC battles, school dances, after shows, before shows, during shows, and so on and so forth…
Together, DJ Randy Boogie + DJ Garronteed will create the soundscape to a unique dance party and creative space where all ages, cultures, and languages are welcome, and encouraged, to express themselves via spoken word, rapping and/or movement.
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This event is sponsored by the University of New Mexico (UNM) Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, UNM Art Museum, UNM El Centro de la Raza, and UNM Department of Anthropology. It is the third of three performances that comprise the “Maxwell Courtyard Concert Series,” a celebration featuring superb local and regional artists. Join us for the free concerts/dance parties as we transform our intimate courtyard into a unique cultural venue. During these events, the Maxwell as well as its Museum Store will be open and light fare and refreshments will be offered.
*Tickets to each concert are free but limited to the courtyard’s capacity. Non-ticketed audience members can still enter the museum, visit the store, and enjoy the music; however, non-ticketed folks will have to sit/stand/dance in the portal and garden, located directly East outside of the gates of our courtyard*