The Multicultural Concert Funding Advisory Board(MCFAB) is essential to the Cornell campus. As a part of the ALANA Intercultural Programming Board, MCFAB works to build community on campus through performing arts and concert events.
It is evident that music and performance art is not only an effective way to bring a diverse number of students together, but also encourage positive collaboration among various multicultural organizations.
MCFAB doesn’t only provide a venue for entertainment on campus, but an agency to re-think and re-imagine social justice and campus activism through performance art.
We like to use concerts as a means to create healthy dialogue and eliminate multicultural barriers across campus. MCFAB doesn't only plan major concerts, but also discussions, workshops, conferences, and smaller programs like open mic.