Each year, the PMP hosts a local musician, critic, scholar, or industry innovator to be a part of the USC community. The resident is supported by the PMP to participate in a campus event or relevant USC courses and seminars, join faculty listening lunches, and meet with undergraduate and graduate groups. NDLON is the 2016-2017 artist in residence.MORE
"The singular ways that NDLON has engaged music as a tool of organizing, protest, and mobilization is both inspiring and instructive," says PMP Director and USC Professor Josh Kun. "It will be an honor to learn with them and collaborate at USC."