Quad City Arts: Amirah Sackett
Visiting Arts Series
Join Quad City Arts at the Putnam Museum for an exclusive evening with Amirah Sackett, part of their Visiting Artist Series. Experience a captivating full-length performance, followed by an intimate conversation revealing the artist’s background and collaborative ventures.
Learn more: www.amirahsackett.com
WHAT TO EXPECT:
Doors open at 6:30 pm, and the performance begins at 7:00 pm in the Putnam Grand Lobby. A cash bar will be available.
WHY IT MATTERS:
The Visiting Artist Series is not just an event; it’s a nationally acclaimed residency program that transcends boundaries. By bringing world-class artists into Quad City Area schools, we provide over 29,000 students annually with access to transformative experiences that would otherwise be beyond reach. Be a part of something bigger and support the arts!
YOUR TICKET MAKES A DIFFERENCE:
Every ticket sold contributes to the success of arts programming that has graced the Quad Cities with GRAMMY Award-winning artists since 1974! Take pride in supporting the arts and be a patron of cultural enrichment in your community.
ABOUT AMIRAH SACKETT
An internationally recognized hip-hop dancer, choreographer, and teacher, Amirah Sackett explores and embodies her Muslim American identity through combining hip-hop movement and Islamic themes. She is widely known for her creation of the choreography and performance group known as, “We’re Muslim, Don’t Panic”, which reached viral video fame after being featured on POPSUGAR Celebrity, The Huffington Post, AJ+, and Upworthy. Sackett was honored to be a TEDx speaker, guest lecturer at Harvard University, and a cultural diplomat with the U.S. State Department in Bangladesh and Malaysia.