Temesgen Hussein
May 3, 6:30 p.m.; Altu’s Ethiopian Cuisine
Tesmesgen Hussein, an Ethiopian musician specializing in instruments such as the krar and the begena, will be playing traditional Ethiopian music as well as his blends of ethio-fusion that incorporate reggae, Ethiopian, Indian and blues.
For more information, contact (517) 333 – 6295.

Silk Road to Clipper Ship: Trade, Changing Markets, and East Asian Ceramics
May 3 – August 1; Kresge Art Museum
This exhibit, featuring a collection of Chinese porcelains spanning more than 1,000 years, shows the impact of changing markets and foreign trade on East Asian ceramics. The is free and open to the public.
For more information, contact Mariah Cherem at kamuseum@msu.edu.

Being Afrikan
May 8, 12 p.m.; International Center, room 201
Mandivamba Rukuni, the regional director for W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s African Programs, will be discussing his experiences living in South Africa. This lecture is sponsored by the African Studies Center and is free.
For more information, contact the African Studies Center at africa@msu.edu.

Zumba Class
May 10, 9 a.m. – 10 a.m.; Hannah Community Center
Bust a move and break a sweat during Zumba – a mix of Latin dance styles like merengue, salsa, cumbia and reggaeton.
For more information, contact (517) 333 – 2580.

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