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Emily Mendelsohn on technique, witness, and the power of “smallness.”

Emily Mendelsohn on technique, witness, and the power of “smallness.”

Emily Mendelsohn will be facilitating CFPA’s upcoming event, Imaginative Mapping: Performance and the Personal Politics of Geography. Emily is currently on an artists retreat, but she emailed us some thoughts about her work and the upcoming workshop before she left. The views and opinions expressed in this article are

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ReClaim August Event: This Saturday @ 7:30 pm!

ReClaim August Event: This Saturday @ 7:30 pm!

Imaginative Mapping: Performance and the Personal Politics of Geography with theater director and Fulbright Fellow Emily Mendelsohn Saturday, August 18th 7:30-9 pm Free art. Free parking. Free snacks. Who is this free event for? Anyone interested in exploring a creative process that investigates the intersections of identity,

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Meet Emily Mendelsohn, Theater Director

Meet Emily Mendelsohn, Theater Director

Emily Mendelsohn will be facilitating CFPA’s upcoming event, Imaginative Mapping: Performance and the Personal Politics of Geography. Emily is currently on an artists retreat, but she emailed us some thoughts about her work and the upcoming workshop before she left. The views and opinions expressed in this article are

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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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Meet the Farmer: Margo Hanson-Pierre of Clover Bee Farm

Meet the Farmer: Margo Hanson-Pierre of Clover Bee Farm

Margo Hanson-Pierre, owner and farmer at Clover Bee Farm​, will be joining us us THIS SATURDAY at 6:30 pm for ReClaim June: The Creative Process at Work in Farming: Food Tasting and Conversation. FREE! RSVP at Eventbrite. CFPA Mpls: Tell us something about ways you see a

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Meet the Farmer: Tamara Johnson of Johnson Family Pastures

Meet the Farmer: Tamara Johnson of Johnson Family Pastures

Tamara Johnson, owner and farmer at Johnson Family Pastures​, will be joining us us THIS SATURDAY at 6:30 pm for ReClaim June: The Creative Process at Work in Farming: Food Tasting and Conversation. FREE! RSVP at Eventbrite. Johnson Family Pastures preserves heritage livestock breeds, using perennial and

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ReClaim June: The Creative Process at Work in Farming: Food Tasting and Conversation

Saturday, June 16th, 2018 6:30 pm Featuring: Margo Hanson-Pierre, owner and farmer at Clover Bee Farm Tamara Johnson, owner and farmer of Johnson Family Pastures Sarah Woutat, owner and farmer at Uproot Farm What’s the evening about? Farming is a science – and an art. While the scientific and economic facets

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ReClaim May: A Conversation with playwright JuCoby Johnson

On Wednesday, May 9, 2018, CFPA Mpls Executive Director Jackie Hayes sat down with playwright JuCoby Johnson to discuss his creative process and his play “How It’s Gon’ Be”, which will receive it’s first public reading on this Saturday, May 19th, at 7 pm at CFPA Mpls.

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ReClaim May: “How It’s Gon’ Be” by JuCoby Johnson

Saturday, May 19th, 2018 7:00 pm  Join us for the first public reading of a new play! Read by: Charla Marie Bailey, Malik Ceesay, Kiara Jackson, Ashe Jafaaru, Darrick Mosley, Mikell Sapp, James Austin Williams Free admission. Free snacks. Free parking available across the street in the

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Works in Progress: Blog Post #2, Ben Swenson-Klatt

Each Works In Progress Resident will contribute several blog posts over the course of their residency. This second post addresses the artist’s experience during the residency, and their progress on their work. Bens’s project looks at the relationship between masculinity and violence. Details about the presentation on

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