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Check out the first episode of my documentary series about the making of the Zitkála-Šá Opera.
Lake Street Story Circles 2020- Night One
Lake Street Story Circles Project brings a cohort of ten artists together to hold Story Circles and create new performance work about life, spirit, resistance, politics, vision, relationships, history, business, survival and joy. Grounded on Lake Street, grounded in Minneapolis, grounded in story, in place and each other. This video performance is followed by a live talk back with the artists. Tonight's Lineup: Sequoia Hauck- Resiliency is Inherited Juma B. Essie-Blackness is Nature Johanna Keller Flores- Tenemos la responsabilidad to hold one another Masanari Kawahara and Molly Van Avery-Make a Sanctuary of Me Miré -Sites of grief, transformation, resisting immobility, and paving the street with gold. Created and Curated by Ellen Marie Hinchcliffe and Pangea World Theater Production Manager -Suzanne Victoria Cross, ASL Interpreter- Miranda H-Crawford, Film by Jenny Zander, Lake Street Story Circles image by Ricardo Levins Morales To stay up to date on Pangea World Theater events, sign up for our newsletter at http://eepurl.com/dpNU2D- and come back tomorrow night for work from five more artists!
Virtual Hand Pollination Workshop - Dream of Wild Health
We're back with our annual Virtual Hand Pollination workshop! This year's workshop looks a little different as we're not able to have community members like you at the farm. We're excited to highlight a few members of our Seed Regeneration Team online instead! Seed Intern, Shamira Caddo, teaches squash hand pollination starting at 0:54. Seed Keeper and Farm Manager, Jessika Greendeer, talks about corn hand pollination at 5:00. Videography and Editing by Sequoia Hauck.
Healthy Cooking Demo with Chef Brian Yazzie
We're back with our annual Virtual Hand Pollination workshop! This year's workshop looks a little different as we're not able to have community members like you at the farm. We're excited to highlight a few members of our Seed Regeneration Team online instead! Seed Intern, Shamira Caddo, teaches squash hand pollination starting at 0:54. Seed Keeper and Farm Manager, Jessika Greendeer, talks about corn hand pollination at 5:00. Videography and Editing by Sequoia Hauck. The mission of Dream of Wild Health is to restore health and well-being in the Native community by recovering knowledge of and access to healthy Indigenous foods, medicines and lifeways. https://dreamofwildhealth.org/
Give to the Max 2019 - The Southern Theater
The Southern Theater works with outstanding local artists to present all forms of interdisciplinary work including dance, theater, music, film, and spoken word. This historic, non-traditional theater space first opened its doors in 1910. Since then, The Southern Theater has shaped artistic advancement in the Twin Cities through engaging work that appeals to diverse audiences. In order to make our theater accessible for artists and continue to present exceptional art in our community, we need your support. This year, your Give To The Max contributions will allow us to significantly lower rental fees for artists. The Southern Theater values our artists and with your help, we can subsidize our rental rates so that they can focus on their craft. With your contribution, you will be entered into a raffle for free tickets to select Southern shows this season! Five donors will be randomly chosen to receive two complimentary tickets each. Donate Here: https://www.givemn.org/organization/The-Southern-Theater
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