Artworks
Black and white xeroxes, whiteout
2014

Activity

  • Everything we need to create is already inside us. But where is the poetry that we carry inside our own bodies? Writing Through the Body, a three-week writing workshop that meets Saturdays on July 15, 22, and 29th from 1-3PM at Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts is open to writers, poets, performers, and artists interested in experimental creative process-based work. Together, we will enter the space of writing through our bodies and to slow down the moment of composition. Students of all levels …
  • On March 24th, 2017, Black Artist Student Union (BASU) celebrated the opening for their group show, Navigate, at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design’s Gallery 148. A few days after the opening, I sat down with the artists, many of whom were former students of mine, and discussed their experiences putting together the show. Why Navigate, and why now? Candice Davis: Navigate refers to the daily challenges Black people face as we try to exist in a society that consistently devalues and dise…
  • On March 24th, 2017, Black Artist Student Union (BASU) celebrated the opening for their group show, Navigate, at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design’s Gallery 148. A few days after the opening, I sat down with the artists, many of whom were former students of mine, and discussed their experiences putting together the show. Why Navigate, and why now? Candice Davis: Navigate refers to the daily challenges Black people face as we try to exist in a society that consistently devalues and dise…
  • On March 24th, 2017, Black Artist Student Union (BASU) celebrated the opening for their group show, Navigate, at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design’s Gallery 148. A few days after the opening, I sat down with the artists, many of whom were former students of mine, and discussed their experiences putting together the show. Why Navigate, and why now? Candice Davis: Navigate refers to the daily challenges Black people face as we try to exist in a society that consistently devalues and dise…
  • Join poets Erin Sharkey and Chaun Webster at Common Good Books on Thursday, October 27th, 7PM to celebrate the release of The Somnambulist by Lara Mimosa Montes. About the readers: Lara Mimosa Montes is a writer based in New York and Minneapolis. Her work has appeared in Fence, BOMB, The Third Rail, and elsewhere. She holds a Ph.D. in English from The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Currently, Lara teaches poetry at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and works as a contribut…
  • FEAR NO LIT presents poet Lara Mimosa Montes at the Coffee Hag with an open mic to follow (sign up at the event!). Lara Mimosa Montes is a writer based in New York and Minneapolis. Her work has appeared in Fence, BOMB, The Third Rail, and elsewhere. She currently teaches poetry at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and works as an editor for Triple Canopy. Her first book, The Somnambulist, is forthcoming from Horse Less Press. She was born in the Bronx. http://laramimosamontes.tumblr.co…
  • FEAR NO LIT presents poet Lara Mimosa Montes at the Coffee Hag with an open mic to follow (sign up at the event!). Lara Mimosa Montes is a writer based in New York and Minneapolis. Her work has appeared in Fence, BOMB, The Third Rail, and elsewhere. She currently teaches poetry at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and works as an editor for Triple Canopy. Her first book, The Somnambulist, is forthcoming from Horse Less Press. She was born in the Bronx. http://laramimosamontes.tumblr.co…
  • Please join us in celebrating National Poetry Month at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design Friday, April 8th, 2016 at 6:30PM in the main gallery. Students from Intro to Poetry and Creative Writing classes will be reading original works. Follow us on Instagram @poetry_at_mcad to find out more.
  • Please join us in celebrating National Poetry Month at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design Friday, April 8th, 2016 at 6:30PM in the main gallery. Students from Intro to Poetry and Creative Writing classes will be reading original works. Follow us on Instagram @poetry_at_mcad to find out more.
  • On the failure of one feminist memoir to account for its dependence on women of color and their (literary) labors. An essay and series of xeroxed erasure poems featured in the online magazine Triple Canopy.