Performance Art

Spoken Word/Performance Art

Pangea Theater, poetry reading to benefit Standing Rock;  September 2016

Go Back Home video, created with John Gwinn and Migizi Students for Re-Imaging Minnesota Art exhibit, All My Relations Gallery, 2016

Hippie Localism, A Native Perspective, Walker Art Center, November 2015

EQ, The Loft, poetry reading, April 2015

Two Chairs Telling, What’s What Edition, with Paul Metsa, Bryant Lake Bowl, November 2015

Minza, poetry reading, Feb 2015

St. Paul Almanac, Black Dog, poetry reading, Feb 2015

Shore: Story (Minneapolis):  Emily Johnson's curated reading at the Loft, 2014

Ghost Stories: 6 readings by women who have survived historical trauma; with Mai Neng Moua, Joan Trygg, Carolyn Holbrook, Margie Newman.

Sister Nations poetry reading, Fond du lac Tribal College; with poets Heid Erdrich, Linda Legarde, Pauline Danforth and Marcie Rendon; November 2010

True Ghost Stories for Halloween Eve!; Spirit in the House, Inc; Mpls., MN Oct 30, 2010 & 2011; 2013

AWP Conference, Denver, CO; April 2010 – poetry performance panel with EQ poets

We Are Each the Seventh Generation (monologue, Rendon): The Playwrights’ Center Inspired By! Suzan-Lori Parks’ writing 2008

The Artists’ Platform, “occupied lands, foreign and utterly domestic” curated by Loren Niemi at Patrick’s Cabaret 2008

East Lake, MN – poetry performance for Ojibwe school; sponsored by the Loft 2008

 9 x 22: A Dance Lab, Bryant-Lake Bowl, Oleg Soulimenko (Russian dancer, choreographer and teacher), “Can you Be Hypnotized?”  - one of 8 cast members 2008.

The World According to Pops, written by Ben Kreilkamp, performed at Bryant-Lake Bowl 2007.

Patrick’s Cabaret, 2007 & 2006; University of Michigan, Ojibwe Poets Reading, 2006; Winter Storytelling at Fond du lac Reservation, 2004 & 2005; Weismann Art Museum, UofM, Mpls., spoken word performance for Russian Avante Garde Art Exhibit with Bao Phi, Doug Kearney & Yurick Glasow, 2001; Aboriginal Eliminating Racism Conference, Sydney, Australia, Aboriginal Women Reading on Racism, 2001

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