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Open Doors 38th & Grand: Join us!

Open Doors 38th & Grand: Join us!

Center for Performing Arts provides access for professional artists and inspired community members of all ages, experiences, and traditions to stretch their bodies and minds together.  Cfpa will open the doors to our Sunroom Dance Studio from noon-4 pm on Saturday, August 24th, as part of Open

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Announcing: MotionArt to offer youth classes and new workshops

Announcing: MotionArt to offer youth classes and new workshops

Longtime cfpa tenant MotionArt, lead by Director Pam Gleason, is excited to be offering a new set of classes at cfpa this fall: ongoing Youth Dance and a four-session intensive workshop, Moving Anatomy (all ages.) MotionArt will continue to offer Adult Modern Dance classes as usual. ****Come to cfpa

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Workshop Registration / Imaginative Mapping: Performance and the Personal Politics of Geography

Workshop Registration / Imaginative Mapping: Performance and the Personal Politics of Geography

Workshop and Presentation with theater director and Fulbright Fellow Emily Mendelsohn Workshop Schedule Friday, August 17th      6:30-9:30 pm Saturday, August 18th      10:30am -1:30 pm      7:30-9 pm (Public Presentation) Theater maker Emily Mendelsohn has spent the past ten years investigating the making

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ReClaim March / Open Salon: Ritual Performance of Identity and the Human Body

Saturday, March 24, 2018 7:30 pm Guided by La Pocha Nostra co-artistic director Saúl García-López This event is the culminating presentation of the CFPA Mpls-hosted workshop, “Exercises for Rebel Artists.” García-López will present concepts from his upcoming book, A Handbook for the Rebel Artist in a Post-Democratic Society,

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APPLY! WORKSHOP: Exercises for Rebel Artists

With Saúl García-López Performance artist, radical performance director, pedagogue, PhD candidate, and Co-Artistic Director of La Pocha Nostra Join us for a ​2​-day intensive exploring the toolkit of exercises, rituals, and games developed by La Pocha Nostra ​Radical Pedagogy. García-López will share techniques (physical, perceptual, conceptual, and

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