Dua is a multidisciplinary artist based in Minneapolis who centers afrodiasporic resistance through a sociopolitically black, queer, and muslim lens. Dua’s ecclectic influences provides an audience with a haunting retrospective sound.
The Bag Lady Manifesta: In a world that treats Black life as if it’s disposable, The Bag Lady is an urgent reckoning and revelation. She is the accumulation of discarded lives and abandoned histories reeking havoc on the amnesia, the forgetting, the erasure and the silencing. Remembering is the responsibility of the living. Are you […]
Andrea (Queen Drea ) Reynolds – 2017 Minnesota Emerging Composer award winner is a vocalist, performance and soundscape artist who’s pieces are often conceived under the auspices of improvisational settings which is where she thrives the most. Queen Drea has created work for Intermedia Arts on depression in the black community, and at Red Eye […]
Kristoff Krane is a Minneapolis based rapper known for his stream-of-consciousness approach to writing, freestyling and performing. As part of the ‘Late Nite’ series Krane, and producer, PCP will explore the edges of improvisation by showcasing their newfound ‘freestyle-informed’ creative process, entitled: ‘as above so below.’ Photo courtesy of: Patrick Pegg
Interdisciplinary artist Julian Hines a.k.a. the JAHNERAL has created a kaleidoscope path in his artistry for over 10 years in the Twin Cities and abroad. He has studied various genres of dance primarily focused on West African, Hip Hop and Step. Abroad, Julian has taught, danced and held position as the choreography director for JAPAN […]
- Today, Scenic Designer Kellie Larson and her partner David installed the backdrop for Fannie Lou Hamer: Speak On It… https://t.co/30WQAT57Wh about 34 minutes ago
- See Regina Marie Williams bring Fannie’s legacy to life in our two virtual readings of Fannie Lou Hamer: Speak On I… https://t.co/nPuDborp6y 03:00:12 PM October 19, 2020
- We're so excited to announce two virtual readings of Fannie Lou Hamer: Speak On It!, adapted by Cheryl L West from… https://t.co/d0w4GprC2F 03:18:39 PM October 12, 2020