Slay Carr Represents Belmont at National Museum of African American Music Forum

Dr. Cheryl Slay Carr's head shotDr. Cheryl Slay Carr, associate dean in the Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business, represented Belmont University at the National Museum of African American Music’s regional forum for area academics. Scholars from universities throughout Tennessee and the region attended the forum to provide feedback on the development of the story line for the Museum’s permanent exhibition, Rivers of Rhythm.

Scholars heard presentations from the museum’s curatorial team and participated in a working session to provide the team with recommendations from their academic areas of expertise.