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New to Networking: A Workshop on Finding Jobs, Finding Friends, and Finding Safe(r) Spaces to Strut Your Stuff

Entering a scene as a new and/or emerging artist can be really intimidating, especially when it seems like everyone is more experienced and connected than you; for marginalized artists, simply making connections and finding supportive spaces can be particularly challenging.  Casual and judgement-free, this workshop will guide new and emerging artists through the process of networking from start to finish.  You will leave this workshop with the skills to build a network of other artists, tips on how to find and create respectful and inclusive spaces, a concrete list on where to fin

Setting Goals and Staying on Task: Time-Management Strategies for Artists

As artists, we are often our own boss, accountable only to ourselves. Sometimes it's easy to slack off, but it's also easy to set unrealistic expectations and then beat ourselves up for "failing." This workshop -- led by Katherine Glover -- explores different logistical and emotional strategies for setting goals and tracking progress, with a focus on working with our natural patterns and tendencies to set ourselves up for success.

Raw Material

Raw Material: the Calof Development Series is an intimate event inviting three performance artists of any genre to share work in progress, get feedback from the audience, and participate in an interview revealing insight about the artist's process. Held on the last Wednesday of the month at the Fox Egg Gallery in South Minneapolis. This event is free, but we appreciate a suggested donation of $5-10 to support our work.

This event will interpreted into American Sign Language (ASL), interpreter details coming soon.

Anything But English

Pangea World Theater co-present’s Patrick’s Cabaret’s "Anything but English" – a multilingual cabaret featuring artists whose native language is “Anything but English." On the surface, language is a tool that helps us communicate and think. But language can also pull forth memories, sentiment, and sometimes discomfort. In this multilingual cabaret, we invite performers to explore what happens in a multilingual space where the connections formed between people are forced to move beyond mere words. 

Lightning Rod

 

Socially engaged performance created and performed in a single week—THEATER in a FLASH!

“An artist is a lightning rod, and has a responsibility to catch that electricity in the air...to listen to the world and provide opportunities for reflection, perspective, catharsis, resistance. This is our protest.” - Guest Producer Kat Purcell

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