Event Archive

Apr 11

Too often the creative spaces we inhabit are exclusive, and the stories we hear are presented in a singular way. This conversation explores how we think about creative space and communities when we curate art and performance opportunities. Through reflection, dialogue, and group activities, this workshop challenges how we put on shows that are engaging, efficient, and inclusive among craft, genre, and identity; it considers who we involve, invite, and share opportunities with. Different communities are always rubbing elbows — lets see what we can make from that friction.

Mar 22

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.

Apr 20

In this workshop, we will be exploring opportunities for finding your creative writing a home and an audience that go beyond the book deal. We will focus especially on creating opportunities with organizations that work with and for marginalized communities. This workshop will help you identify your dreams as a creative writer, and show you a potential path toward reaching those dreams.

Mar 7

Learn how to fight the system — by doing your taxes! This workshop is the first in a series of five artist education workshops — a new collaboration between Patrick's Cabaret and Soo Visual Arts Center.

Apr 26

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.

Mar 29

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.

Feb 22

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 most months 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.

Repeats every day 2 times.
Apr 14, Apr 15

 

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

Apr 14, Apr 15

 

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

Repeats every week every Friday and every Saturday 2 times.
Mar 17, Mar 18

Come join us for a TWO NIGHT event! A super ensemble of black queer magic!

Be in the room as we cultivate volume in black literature that celebrates black queer life. This event is a collaboration between BlackTableArts and Patrick's Cabaret, and will take place at the Phoenix Theater in South Minneapolis. You will hear from eight brilliant black queer writers. We invite you to participate in an evening of conjuring and creation as we travel with these poets to other worlds in black time and space.

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