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Louisiana Considered: LSU Professor Composes Concerto Inspired By M.C. Escher, A New Film Inspired By Students Tackles Racism

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Adam Vos hosted Thursday's Louisiana Considered:

  • Baton Rouge Community College professor Clarence Nero has amplified the voices of his students on issues of racism, police brutality, and the COVID pandemic in a new short film that draws narratives his students wrote.
  • LSU School of Music professor Mara Gibson composed a bassoon concerto that's inspired by the modern art of M.C. Escher. Professor and bassoon soloist Darrel Hale on the May 11th premier performance.