A celebratory potluck Feast! Please bring a special dish to share - maybe it's a family recipe passed for generations, something made from your garden or larder, or somethjing new you want to try and share. Bring the recipe too! Our collected recipes and stories from the week will be collated into SHORE Zine vol. 5 and sent to all Feast participants. Feast features main courses prepared by chef and artist Jen Rae. A celebration of indigenous food and knowledge; ritual, season, timing and story are infused in the menu, respecting place past, present and tomorrow.
Collaborators include Vicki Couzens, Lorna Hannan, Kate Hill.
A celebration of the places where we meet and merge - land and water, performer and audience, art and community, past, present, and future. With Emily Johnson, Margot Basset, Maylene Slater Burns, Ben Hurley, Jacqueline Ward, and a local Choir and Cast of forty.
A curated reading featuring local authors, storytellers, and songwriters, developed in partnership with the BlakWriters' Group Victoria. The reading features original work relating to connections to and disconnections from home, place, land and country. Featuring Vicki Couzens, Dr. Tyson Yunkapurta, Marita Dyson, BlackBirds, Jax Jacki Brown, Angelina Hurley, Kat Clarke, Amy Previch.
SHORE in Lenapehoking presented in partnership with Emily Johnson/Catalyst, New York Live Arts, and The Lenape Center in various locations, April 19-26, 2015.
Grand Marais Art Colony
Friday Feb 27-Sun March 1
Learn how to sew fish-skin, create a fish-skin lantern, and have a feast! Emily is an award-winning choreographer originally from Alaska whose knowledge of fish-skin sewing stems from her experience building an installation of 50 fish-skin lanterns for her dance, Niicugni.
Arrowhead Center for the Arts
Saturday February 7, at 7:30pm
Join us for this performance of Niicugni, the second part of our Alaska-inspired trilogy of award-winning performance installations.