Singer Nimco Yasin headlines an evening of vocal performances.
Waayaha Cusub, which means “new era” in Somali, is in Minnesota do to several concerts and residencies in St. Cloud, Minneapolis and Mankato.
Waayaha Cusub members and guest performers visited with students in Darlene St Clair’s and Beth Berila’s classes during the group’s residency with The Cedar Cultural Center.
A Somali hip-hop group will introduce the St. Cloud State University campus and the St. Cloud community to a new sound with a residency in the city Oct. 25-Nov. 4
A newly awarded $500,000 grant will enable the Cedar Cultural Center to set up multiweek residencies for Somali artists at Augsburg College in Minneapolis, St. Cloud State University and Minnesota State University, Mankato.
The $500,000 grant will fund a program that expands awareness of Muslim arts and cultures.