Red-headed siren Neko Case has taken a break from the road to join National Geographic Live’s photography exhibit called “Music On… Photography,” which starts December 1st in Washington, DC. Case, originally a Fine Arts degree holder, will be showing her photos collected from recent tours and presenting the stories behind them.
Case notes that the photos she takes are to help her, “remember the places I was traveling through that I never really got to know.” Those interested can attend her discussion session on Dec 1st at 7:30 pm at the Grosvenor Auditorium for $20 – click here to view a gallery of her photos.
Those interested can also listen to radio interviews of those involved on National Geographic Weekend.
Other musicians involved in the “Music On… Photography” series include music photographer Danny Clinch (Nov 10th), pianist Ben Folds (Dec 3rd), and Police guitarist Andy Summers (Dec 4th). Get your tickets now!
Each of these four evenings feature a new perspective from each featured guest, moderated by Vanity Fair and GQ contributing photographer Mark Seliger and Juliet Blake, senior vice president at the National Geographic Channel.