Archive | Late Nite 2017

Mankwe Ndosi (photo Roberto Cifarelli)

Mankwe Ndosi & Mire Regulus // November 18, 2017

Mankwe and Mire will be performing a piece titled Glorious Raw. Miré Regulus is a mover, writer and theater performance artist. Her work is marked by poetical prose, rich language, mythology, finding ways into community and non-linear structure. Mankwe Ndosi is celebrated for a sound and practice that spans genres and disciplines: celebrating influences from […]

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Marlies Yearby // November 11th, 2017

Piece: On Sacred Ground The art of flying starts with feet rooted on the earth.  Director Choreographer Marlies Yearby joins collaborators Cooper-Moore, Nioka Workman, Marcelle Lashley and Leslie Parker in music, dance, life and performance. Marlies Yearby (Choreographer) is the Tony-nominated choreographer of RENT. She was the recipient of a Drama League Award for the […]

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DJ Chamun // November 4th, 11th, 18th, 2017

DJ Chamun is Chamindika Wanduragala, a Sri Lankan American visual artist, DJ, puppeteer, stop motion animation filmmaker and Artistic Director of Monkeybear’s Harmolodic Workshop, an arts nonprofit nurturing Native and POC artists in contemporary puppet theater. For more info check out chamindika.com and Monkeybear’s Harmolodic Workshop

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Tish Jones

Tish Jones // November 11th, 2017

Founder & Executive Director of TruArtSpeaks, Tish Jones is a poet, performer, educator and organizer from Saint Paul, Minnesota. She has performed at CBGB, Kaplan Theater, The Walker Art Center, Intermedia Arts, The Cedar Cultural Center and more. Her work can be found in the Minnesota Humanities Center’s anthology entitled, Blues Vision: African American Writing […]

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Junauda Petrus // November 11th, 2017

Junauda Petrus is a creative activist, writer, playwright, and multi-dimensional performance artist who is Minneapolis-born, West-Indian descended, and African-sourced. Her work centers around Black wildness, Afro-futurism, ancestral healing, sweetness, spectacle and shimmer. She has received a Givens Collection Archive residency, a Jerome Travel and Study grant in choreography, Many Voices Mentorship with the Playwright’s Center,  […]

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