Event Archive

Repeats every day 3 times.
Dec 8, Dec 9, Dec 10

Controlled Burn: queer performance for a world on fire

Named for the practice of burning a prairie to promote new growth, Controlled Burn is a space for queer rage, revolution, and reclamation, aimed at regeneration.

Co-Curated by Nicole M. Smith, Rosa Garcia, and Scott Artley.

Thu, Fri, & Sat December 8-10th, 2016 - all shows at 7:30 PM

THURSDAY - DECEMBER 8TH
Lady Midnight
DJ Keezy
Yoni Tamang
Luz Cruz
Kevin “KAOZ” Moore
Marcel Michelle Obama

Dec 8, Dec 9, Dec 10

Controlled Burn: queer performance for a world on fire

Named for the practice of burning a prairie to promote new growth, Controlled Burn is a space for queer rage, revolution, and reclamation, aimed at regeneration.

Co-Curated by Nicole M. Smith, Rosa Garcia, and Scott Artley.

Thu, Fri, & Sat December 8-10th, 2016 - all shows at 7:30 PM

THURSDAY - DECEMBER 8TH
Lady Midnight
DJ Keezy
Yoni Tamang
Luz Cruz
Kevin “KAOZ” Moore
Marcel Michelle Obama

Dec 8, Dec 9, Dec 10

Controlled Burn: queer performance for a world on fire

Named for the practice of burning a prairie to promote new growth, Controlled Burn is a space for queer rage, revolution, and reclamation, aimed at regeneration.

Co-Curated by Nicole M. Smith, Rosa Garcia, and Scott Artley.

Thu, Fri, & Sat December 8-10th, 2016 - all shows at 7:30 PM

THURSDAY - DECEMBER 8TH
Lady Midnight
DJ Keezy
Yoni Tamang
Luz Cruz
Kevin “KAOZ” Moore
Marcel Michelle Obama

Repeats every day until Sat Nov 12 2016.
Nov 11, Nov 12
 
Open Call Cabarets provide an accessible platform for performing artists to share their work. Each show, typically consisting of six acts by independent artists, is designed to offer a mix of artistic disciplines, experience levels and creative viewpoints. Emerging artists of any genre or discipline and established artists who would like to explore a new part of their practice or share new work can find a supportive environment to bring new art to life.
Nov 11, Nov 12
 
Open Call Cabarets provide an accessible platform for performing artists to share their work. Each show, typically consisting of six acts by independent artists, is designed to offer a mix of artistic disciplines, experience levels and creative viewpoints. Emerging artists of any genre or discipline and established artists who would like to explore a new part of their practice or share new work can find a supportive environment to bring new art to life.
Repeats every day until Sat Nov 05 2016.
Nov 4, Nov 5

Following two years of successful events thanks to a partnership with VSA Minnesota, the state organization for arts and disability, the third iteration of this annual cabaret for performance artists with disabilities will be guest curated by storyteller Alison Bergblom Johnson. People with disabilities have rights laid out in such legislation as the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. These phrases may, as unlikely as it may seem, come tripping off our tongues as people with disabilities.

Nov 4, Nov 5

Following two years of successful events thanks to a partnership with VSA Minnesota, the state organization for arts and disability, the third iteration of this annual cabaret for performance artists with disabilities will be guest curated by storyteller Alison Bergblom Johnson. People with disabilities have rights laid out in such legislation as the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. These phrases may, as unlikely as it may seem, come tripping off our tongues as people with disabilities.

Nov 17

 

Inspired by Joan Calof, a beloved artist and tireless supporter of the Cabaret, the Calof Series shifts just slightly for a new era by adopting a new moniker. Raw Material: the Calof Development Series invites three performance artists of any genre to share work in progress and get feedback from the audience.

Oct 20

Inspired by Joan Calof, a beloved artist and tireless supporter of the Cabaret, "Raw Material: the Calof Development Series" brings together 3 artists of any genre to share brief works-in-progress and get feedback from the audience.

Raw Material a relaxed and intimate environment that blurs the line between artist creation and audience reception. Be the first to get an intimate showing of new work from some of the most exciting artists in the Twin Cities, learn about their creative processes, and maybe even influence their work.

Oct 26

 

As a part of a new series of artist education workshops taught by peers,

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