St. Cloud State University held the second annual Minnesota Hip Hop and Education Summit on campus on Nov. 3, bringing together industry professionals, enthusiasts, educators and scholars of all ages to celebrate and explore the vibrant culture of hip hop.
The one-day conference took place in the Atwood Memorial Center at SCSU, welcoming attendees for a one-of-a-kind professional development experience and a platform to discuss, showcase and inspire innovation within the realms of music, dance, fashion, visual arts and socio-cultural impact.
The event featured interactive workshops, live performances from Minnesota’s top hip hop artists, open mic, community mural painting, breakdancing sessions, drum circles, a pop-up record shop and bookstore, and more. Presenters and performers who appeared at the summit included J. Rawls, Carnage the Executioner, Dr. Tasha Iglesias, Mickey Breeze, Chris Britton, Vera Naputi, Dr. ‘DJ’ Johnson and Tyrus Goshay.
Minnesota Hip Hop and Education Summit Photo Gallery