Equilibrium at the Loft Literary Center

Minneapolis’ own Loft Literary Center has a really successful reading series that focuses on writers of color.

The Center for the Study of the Asias' Frames of Violence Conference and Symposium. 
Please mark your calendars and spread the word about this not-to-be-missed show featuring some of our most outstanding local MN artists sharing the stage with legendary artist-activist Anida Yoeu Ali!


Thursday, April 15, 7 pm
Frames of Violence (Collaboration with the U of M)
Featuring Anida Yoeu Ali
with Tou SaiKo Lee, Kohl Miner, Tish Jones, Preeti Kaur, Tatiana Ormaza, and Marisa Carr
Free.

Performance artist, writer and global agitator, Anida Yoeu Ali is a first generation Muslim Khmer woman born in Cambodia and raised in Chicago. Anida is an interdisciplinary artist working in video, installation, sound, and performance. Utilizing memories and materials, her works investigate the artistic, spiritual and political junctures of a hybrid transnational identity. From the Faroe Islands to the Bronx, Copenhagen to Ho Chi Minh City, Anida lectures, exhibits and performs internationally— mixing together movement, multimedia, political activism and personal stories.
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