Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution Visits The FanBros Show

Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution Visits The FanBros Show

The Museum Of UnCut Funk visited the FanBros Show to talk about our Funky Turns 40: Black Character Revolution Exhibition at the Schomburg Center. Kimsonian from FanBros came to our Curator’s Talk and to see the exhibition.

The Fan Bros Show is the premier podcast for geek culture via people of color. Fan Bros discusses the week in geek while keeping an ear to the street for the topics and controversies that affect the world of fandom.

We met show hosts Kimsonian, DJ BenHaMeen and Tatiana King-Jones at their studio. They serve as the cultural guides for this unique show, along with a revolving cast of guests that run the gamut of industries–from hip hop and politics, to comics, movies, television and video games.

Below is the podcast of the interview that we did with the FanBros…our segment comes in at the 33:38 mark in the podcast.

MOUF and Fan Bros

The Flappy Bird Funk Episode Feat. The Museum Of Uncut Funk? On this week’s episode of FanBrosShow we welcome Loreen Williamson and Pamela Thomas, the curators of Funky Turns 40, from the Museum of Uncut Funk a new show at the Schomburg Center in Harlem. They discuss what it’s like to be black in the art collecting world, why we should focus on other narratives other than the struggle, and what is their most valued pieces of art.

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