This is Displacement is a companion to the Emily Johnson | Catalyst + BLACKFISH performance of The Thank-you Bar.
In this series, host and moderator Alexs Pate, University of Minnesota professor and author of Amistad, takes you on a journey into the consciousness of three luminary writers.
Like choreographer Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, Toni Morrison, a premier contemporary American novelist, chronicles the African-American experience.
A retrospective collection of feminist works from the 80’s and 90’s.
This presentation will trace some genealogies of Black women's presence in American dance including radical dance legacies discussed in relation to latter- day artists and company directors.
The multicultural singer/songwriter seduces the soul with her harmonious blend of gospel, jazz, and acoustic African grooves.
Set in Vienna at the beginning of the 20th century.
Special Guest David Nail
U of M Dance Program students perform Walking with Pearl...Southern Diaries, the 2006 Bessie Award-winning tribute to Pearl Primus, and Dark Swan.
Cowles Visiting Scholar Awam Amkpa teaches at New York University and is the former Senior Lecturer of Drama and Television at King Alfred's University College, Winchester, England.
Public conversation with Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, award-winning founder and artistic director of the acclaimed Urban Bush Women.
Collage is a non-stop concert showcase of all that the School of Music has to offer.
Bringing the country's most dynamic and diverse entertainers to 25 cities
This special live on-air interview will explore the rich and important jazz history within Jawole's life from Duke Ellington to modern day.
Ali Momeni and Minneapolis Art on Wheels (MAW) will premiere their film art installation "Seaworthy"
All the classical beauty of American Ballet Theatre presented by the next generation of world-class dancers.
ABT II Artistic Director Wes Chapman will be interviewed prior to the debut of the company's performance at Northrop to discuss the history of the company and the repertoire.
Janis Lane-Ewart, Executive Director of KFAI Radio and host of Collective Eye, interviews Somi