Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Good Luck with that voting thing, down there.

Beaded stars and stripes bracelet on leather; with glass, bone and wooden beads.

Beaded stars and stripes bracelet on leather;with glass, bone and wooden beads. Broken Vulture Art; Bingorage.

I am republishing this press release from my pal, Marcie Rendon.
Check it out, if you're in the Twin Cities (MN) area.

You are invited to a FREE 'writing for theater' residency
November 11 & 12, saturday and sunday
AND November 18 & 19, saturday and sunday
from 11am to 4pm each day
at Two Rivers Gallery
Minneapolis American Indian Center

This residency will be for anyone who wants to write for theater, act, create
performance pieces, dance, sing - be anything or anyone on stage!
The goal of the residency will be to collaboratively create one site-specific
theater piece to be performed somewhere in the twin cities native community.
Or for you to write your own performance piece.

This residency will be facilitated by Marcie Rendon, playwright and
performance artist. It is sponsored by Project Hoop Native theater project out of UCLA
in Los Angeles. To register or for more information e-mail:
Or just show up on Saturday, November 11
Please forward to anyone you think might be interested

Marcie R. Rendon, White Earth Anishinabe, is a mother, grandmother, writer,
and sometimes performance artist. Rendon has facilitated Project Hoop
residencies at Haskell Indian College, LCO Tribal College, and for the Ojibwe Language
project in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. A former recipient of the Loft’s
Inroads Writers of Color Award for Native Americans she is a l998/99 recipient of
the St. Paul Company’s LIN (Leadership In Neighborhoods) Award. As a theater
artist, she has had six plays produced, with numerous one-acts, collaborations
and Raving Native productions also produced. She received a l996-’97 Jerome
Fellowship from the Minneapolis Playwright’s Center. Her first children’s book,
Pow Wow Summer was published by CarolRhoda in l996 with her second, The
Farmer’s Market/Families Working Together, released in the spring of 2001.


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