Film/Video/Media

Zoe Cinel is a video maker, multimedia artist, and curator from Florence, Italy. With her work, she explores performative aspects and vulnerability in Virtual Reality experiences in public spaces. As an immigrant, she is also interested in representing communication issues and cultural shock. Her goal is to build a sense of belonging and community through art and social engagement.

 

Alanna Stapleton is an illustrator and embroidery artist. Her work explores personal narratives and the role of women in society through the subversion of traditionally feminine craft, narrative storytelling, and a little bit of humor. She specializes in illustrative hand embroidery, often focusing on on themes of memory, documentation, nostalgia, and everyday occurrences. Alanna is currently pursuing her Master of Fine Arts in Visual Studies at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design.

Julia Nekessa Opoti is a multi-media storyteller.

Jonah Jamison Sandy is a 21-year-old artist from the Twin Cities. He aims to challenge oppressive ideologies and foster community dialogue through writing, performance, and film. This is his first performance with Patrick’s Cabaret, and his first solo performance.

Atlese Robinson is a writer, performer, and improv lighting designer. Atlese began writing poetry at the age of 11 and has always loved to read. Raised by her African American, Chicago-bred parents in Saint Paul, MN, Atlese’s creative works are inspired by her familial history. Atlese is a firm believer that the human spirit is shown at its most glorious during communal storytelling.

Ellen Marie Hinchcliffe is a queer mama, auntie, poet, performer and filmmaker.

House of Larva was founded in 2014 at Beloit College, WI by drag ogress-- Cicada L'Amour-- and her parasitic lover--Enfanga Sphynx. The Co-Operative provided platforms for drag, dance and performance art at Beloit college from 2014-16 through our cabarets, including Carnal Instinct: Dinner for One and Slut Shaman.

After a dozen years as a dance photographer (six as a dance writer), V. Paul presented his first dances publicly in 2013 at 9x22 Dance Lab with #picturedance ver 1 and then at Patrick's Cabaret with #picturedance ver 2. V. Paul creates multi-media dances using a visual score instead of music to give context to the movement. He asks audiences to make their own pictures of his dance and share them online, tagged with #picturedance, so we can all see people’s chosen moments.

Ifrah Mansour is an internationally recognized Somali multidisciplinary artist and educator, interweaving text, movement, digital media, and sound. Her self-produced original show "How to Have Fun in A Civil War" played to full houses in 2016 and was remounted in 2017. She has performed at Intermedia Arts, the Children's Theater Company, Red Eye, the Minnesota State Fair, and Patrick's Cabaret, among others, and has become known for her uniquely humorous approach to exploring trauma.

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