Minnesota Women’s Press May 2022 Cover Artist
To place an experience onstage is to insist that it is worthy of remembering.
The desire to unplug and the fear of missing out is constantly creating dissonance.
I wanted everything in the image to be construed as both playful and foreboding, because that is the essence of childhood.
It is time for Vietnamese women to be celebrated for our capacity to create visions of joy and wonder that speak to the spirit of all people.
I decided that the print would be a self-portrait exploring my relationship with my identity as an American.
I could not send my art to a state that would support a trampling of “the right to choose.”
“If I don’t feel it, I’m not going to try to do it.”
Today, women from all geographies, cultures, and traditions are grappling with the questions and challenges of what must be done to sustain water of the world.
The museum is a community gathering space, and a platform for Black artists, authors and creatives. We’re working to build a legacy and establish an institution in the Black community.
Katsiaficas created a book of artwork, “Survivors,” which reflects on the fire’s physical and psychic aftermaths of destruction and regeneration.
This year, Minnesota Fringe Festival is set to present mostly virtual content with multiple performance types. In-person venues include outdoor