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Story making Through Sound and Motion

June 20, 2023 @ 5:45 pm - 7:45 pm

In this two-day workshop, experiment with sound, writing and movement to get in
touch with the feelings and sensations that arise within our bodies when we listen to and connect
with other people and their stories. Individual and shared exercises will be inspired by text from
“Solito” by Javier Zamora. This program is funded by Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

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Miré Regulus is a writer, performance artist, public artist, community builder and parent. She works the ‘transformative intersection’ through where her work is sited; through poetry and non-linear, rich, poetical prose; through community participation; and by exploring how body+movement+gesture hold what we know. She works at how we form engaged community and the unique ways we figure out how to take care of each other. One of the Artistic Directors of Poetry for People, she lives and works at the intersection of the BIPOC, queer, political, food-focused and artistic communities seeking to build a more equitable and embodied world.

Mankwe Ndosi is a Culture Worker and Musician. She uses creative and embodied practices to reconnect and sturdy our relationships with our soul, our people, our legacies, and the earth. Mankwe is focused on forgotten and marginalized plants, people, and ways of knowing. Her work is aimed at creativity and healing through the interconnection and liberation of our personal, social, and terrastral structures, practices, and mythologies. She is crafting sonic and soil experiences for transformation and liberation connecting the elecro-magnetics of internal landscapes with the power of the earth.


June 20, 2023
5:45 pm - 7:45 pm


Hosmer Library
347 E 36th St
Mineapolis, 55408 United States
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