Appearances

Event Information:

  • Sat
    29
    Jan
    2022
    Sun
    30
    Jan
    2022

    Woodland Pattern Book Center's Annual Poetry Marathon

    10:00am - 10:00pmStreaming Via Crowdcast: https://woodlandpattern.org/poetry-marathon
    Woodland Pattern Book Center's annual Poetry Marathon streaming live this year via Crowdcast! Tune in to hear the Indigenous Nations Poets' segment Saturday, January 29th from 6-6:30 p.m. and for any of the 24 hours (YES 24 HOURS) of poetry available 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. January 29th and 30th.
    The In-Na-Po Slot will feature Jennifer Foerster, Gordon Henry Jr, Margaret Noodin, Laura Tohe, & Kimberly Blaeser. Curated by Kimberly Blaeser & Sponsored by Scott Gelzer & Sherry Goldsmith.
    Click below for full list of readers and to support Woodland Pattern's Annual Benefit. https://woodlandpattern.org/poetry-marathon
Kim at Returning the Gift Festival, 2012 in Milwaukee, Indian Summer Stage.

Kim at Returning the Gift Festival, 2012 in Milwaukee, Indian Summer Stage.


 

Past Events

Event Information:

  • Fri
    07
    Jan
    2022
    Fri
    04
    Mar
    2022

    No More Stolen Sisters Exhibit

    1:00-5:00pm, Tuesdays-SaturdaysWalker's Point Center for the Arts
    Grateful to have poetry and picto-poems included in the "No More Stolen Sisters" exhibit at Walker's Point Center for the Arts in Milwaukee. Although the opening reception was cancelled because of current COVID precautions, the exhibition is open during gallery hours (1 to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays), and a closing reception is planned March 4, 2022 6pm-8pm @ WPCA located at 839 S 5th Street, Milwaukee, WI, 53204. A virtual experience is available here:
    "No More Stolen Sisters" is an exhibit curated by Teresa Faris, and Valaria Tatera which brings together artworks representing the issue of missing and murdered indigenous women, girls and 2 spirits (MMIWG2S). The exhibition showcases technically diverse artworks of indigenous artists and allies addressing a range of experiences surrounding the violence against and loss of indigenous women, girls and 2 spirits. Materials range from works on paper, mixed-media installation, metal, clay, quillwork, textile and paint.