“For me kids seem hooked into something really authentic, and they make art that I find very interesting because it defies convention.”
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If you ask 10-year-old twins Mimi and Manny what their favorite part of Pillsbury House’s afterschool program is, they will tell you without hesitation that it is stilting.
Jamila Anderson grew up in the neighborhoods around Pillsbury House, and joined the afterschool program in first grade.
photo of Nikki and Rue Mates by Xavier Tavera, 2013What does it mean to live in an arts-rich neighborhood? What does it mean to have a community artist living on your block?
What happens when some of the region’s finest theatre artists invest in the imaginations of elementary school students in South Minneapolis? You get some of the most unexpected and exhilarating theatre of the year.
- 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
- Some of you were wondering what the recording set up looked like for Flip the Script: The Great Divide IV: here are… https://t.co/gbAI021p3j 03:34:06 PM September 30, 2020