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Negotiating Presence: Contemporary Indigenous Choreography, Jun. 20, 2014

June 20, 2014IASEvents0

Negotiating Presence: Contemporary Indigenous Choreography Fri. June 20th, at 12:00pm All My Relations Arts Gallery 1414 East Franklin Ave, Minneapolis Discussion with Jacqueline Shea Murphy This presentation/discussion addresses ways that Indigenous choreographers use contemporary dance as a tool for strengthening and asserting Indigenous knowledge. Jacqueline Shea Murphy will offer some thoughts about several specific contemporary […]

IAS Thursdays: Emily Johnson, Catalyst Dances on SHORE

Emily Johnson/Catalyst and Doris Duke Fellow on SHORE: making a dance work in conversation with the world. Emily Johnson is an artist and writer who makes body based work. Download as: audio, podcast video, or original. SHORE is the third in a trilogy of works that began with The Thank-you Bar and continued with Niicugni. SHORE is a multi-day performance installation of […]

October 16-November 16, 2012: shadows traces undercurrents

October 16 to November 16 Time: 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM Location: Katherine E. Nash Gallery Regis Center for Art (East) shadows traces undercurrents is an exhibition co-curated by Christine Baeumler and Joyce Lyon, faculty members in the University of Minnesota Department of Art and members of the international artist/academic networks Mapping Spectral Traces and PLaCE. These […]

The Thank-you Bar/THIS IS DISPLACEMENT: An interview with Emily Johnson and Carolyn Anderson, Friday, November 19, 2010

November 19, 2010IASEvents, Video and Audio0

Interview with choreographer Emily Johnson and curator Carolyn Lee Anderson. When Emily Johnson was growing up in Alaska, most of her family gatherings would happen at her grandmother’s home and bar called The Que-Ana Bar (‘quyana’ is the Yup’ik word for ‘thank you’). Now living in Minneapolis, Johnson depicts the feeling of displacement, finding herself […]