The Soap Factory Presents Monica Larson's POETRY OF RESISTANCE & CHANGE

The Soap Factory Presents Monica Larson's POETRY OF RESISTANCE & CHANGE

Monica Larson: Poetry of Resistance & Change Monica Edwards Larson / Sister Black (Bike) Press's project Poetry of Resistance & Change consists of two parts: a temporary installation of letterpress printed poetry cards, and a Poetry reading and DIY printing event, using the mobile bicycle press, at the Soap Factory. The installation will consist of hundreds of letterpress printed poetry cards and broadsides featuring the work of local poets whose work bears witness to the many challenges facing our democracy, the health of our planet, and all aspects of human rights, that inspire action.

OPENING RECEPTION:
September 16th, 7:30pm - 10pm The Soap Factory514 2nd St SEMinneapolis, MN 55414
Join local poets for a readings and performances at the Soap Factory on September 16th, from 7:30pm-10pm. Poets include: D. Allen, Michael Kleber-Diggs, Marion Gomez, Junauda Petrus, Maitreyi Ray, Hawona Sullivan-Janzen, and Ben Weaver.

GROUP RIDE:
September 16th, 6pm - 7pm
Bryant Lake Bowl810 W Lake StMinneapolis, MN 55408
Meet at Bryant Lake Bowl (in adjacent alley) at 6pm for group ride to The Soap Factory. The comfortably paced 6 mile route will follow the Midtown Greenway trail to Hiawatha LRT trail to 11th Ave to W. River pkwy and across the Stone Arch bridge...Food and beer trucks will be waiting!

About the Artist

Monica Edwards Larson is the proprietress of Sister Black Press - a private Letterpress and Book Arts studio, established in 2000 in Minneapolis, MN. She received a Masters in Fine Art in printmaking from Arizona State University. She has taught Printmaking, Graphic Design and Book Arts to students of all ages in the Twin Cities area, including the Minnesota Center for Book Arts, College of Visual Art, University of Northwestern and Minneapolis College of Art & Design. She is a 2017 recipient of the MN State Arts Board - Artist Initiative Grant, and recently started a new venture called Sister Black (Bike) Press - a mobile printing press that she pedals on the Twin Cities' bike trails and streets, stopping to print at local bike shops, bookstores and libraries. AboutLit Crawl This project is a part of Lit Crawl. Lit Crawl MN boasts a roster of local authors, artists, and performers at 10+ different events that range from readings, improv, games, interactive story-building, and a hands-on workshop. A celebration of the vibrant literary scene in the Twin Cities, this lively crawl will have something for everyone. Lit Crawl Minneapolis is a project of Bartmann Group and the Litquake Foundation. The Soap Factory Presents Monica Larson's POETRY OF RESISTANCE & CHANGE About Here & There Monica Larrson: Poetry of Resistance and Change is one of several public projects being presented by The Soap Factory as a part of Here & There. Here & There is The Soap Factory's out-of-building programming during 2017 while the building undergoes renovation. Here & There includes a residency exchange program with Kultivera in Trånas, Sweden and Rethinking Public Spaces, public projects that will take place directly outside of The Soap Factory and around the state of Minnesota including locations such as; Rochester, Willmar, and Brainerd.

About The Soap Factory

The Soap Factory is a laboratory for artistic experimentation and innovation, dedicated to supporting artists and engaging audiences through the production and presentation of contemporary art in a unique and historic environment. Based in the historic National Purity Soap Factory in downtown Minneapolis, The Soap Factory is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

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