I intend to put communities in control of their stories and in positions to feel safe so we can discuss our traumas and find ways to heal together.
I am still looking for how justice can show up for us.
Local Heroes, Xenophobia in America, Virtual Minnesota Music Festival, and more
This is the ending section of a short story related to a surveillance society, as part of our exploration of fiction and poetry at womenspress.com
Art feels more necessary than ever as a means of connection and processing.
I was shocked because I had never seen my state in any sort of queer history. Since then, I strive to bring forward the visibility of rural queer people.
This winter, Springboard for the Arts launched Artists Respond: Combating Social Isolation. With support from Springboard through funding from the
February 7 — Urban Expedition to Ghana For the month of February, the Landmark Center’s “Urban Expedition” series explores crafts,
I want the women who watch my performance to know that no matter what the situation is, there is always someone who is going through the same thing as you, somewhere.
Do I trust this new person enough to actually touch them? Enough to send a naked picture? Enough to tell them where I am?
We reconnected with a few past cover artists and asked them to share an update on their lives and art.