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  • Featuring: Margo Hanson-Pierre, owner and farmer at Clover Bee Farm Tamara Johnson, owner and farmer of Johnson Family Pastures Sarah Woutat, owner and farmer at Uproot Farm What’s the evening about?Farming is a science - and an art. While the scientific and economic facets of local agriculture are hot topics of conversation, we can also recognize food cultivation as a deeply creative act. How does this creative impulse intersect with the building of community? With food justice?  …
  • How It’s Gon’ Be A new play by JuCoby Johnson Read by: Charla Marie Bailey, Malik Ceesay, Kiara Jackson, Ashe Jafaaru, Darrick Mosley, Mikell Sapp, James Austin Williams Free admission. Free snacks. Free parking available across the street in the Lake Country School lot. What’s the play about? Parents make all kinds of hard trade-offs while raising their children. When you’re a young black man growing up near the Florida-Georgia line, and the child of an active-duty serviceman, your pa…
  • Guided by La Pocha Nostra co-artistic director Saúl García-López This event is the culminating presentation of the CFPA Mpls-hosted workshop, “Exercises for Rebel Artists.” García-López will present concepts from his upcoming book, A Handbook for the Rebel Artist in a Post-Democratic Society, co-written with Guillermo Gomez-Peña, and the workshop participants will present a human installation that explores the iconography of funeral and/or rebirth as an exercise in identity reinvent…
  • Three-Month Residency for Works in Progress of all Media(Theatre, Dance, Visual Art, Music, Film and New Media) CFPA will choose THREE ARTISTS - of any media and at any stage in their career - to make a new piece that in some way addresses identity. Artist will provide: An invited open rehearsal/work session in early March (to be scheduled on acceptance) with professional facilitated feedback. A presentation of the work in progress, open to the public. The precise scope of completed work wi…
  • ReClaim: a series of conversations between audiences and creative works, to reframe an American identity. Staged Reading of “Strange Heart Beating,” by Kristin Idaszak, two-time Jerome fellow and Resident Playwright at Chicago Dramatists.  Discussion facilitated through a partnership with the Dispute Resolution Center of MN. Immediately following the reading, audience members form small groups, led by DRC MN facilitators, to unpack their experiences of the story together.  Light refr…