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When:Saturday, April 29, 2017 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm
When the Animal Spoke
April 29, 2017
FREE and Family Friendly
When the Animals Spoke is a collaborative storytelling program in partnership with Maturity and Its Muse's "Celebrating Art for Senior EngAGEment Festival", and UMSL's St. Louis Storytelling Festival. When the Animal Spoke features storyteller Dolores "Grandma Coyote" Santha. This event is free and will be followed by hands-on art activities for kids and adults!
About Grandma Coyote:
Dolores "Grandma Coyote" Santha, is the daughter of a Comanche father and a Seneca mother. She has been invited to participate in powwows and gatherings, at schools and educational centers around the country. She has been a police officer, an Indian Center director, an AARP liaison, and has also been a tireless advocate for prisoner rights. She was also nominated to be a liaison for Native prisoners in the state of Missouri.
When:Saturday, May 6, 2017 - 7:00pm - 9:30pm
May 6, 2017
Social with Musical Artists: 7pm
Prices: Series Ticket: $40 - Individual Ticket: $15 - Student with ID Ticket: $10 -
Series Ticket with 3 Cds: $70 - Individual Show with CD: $25
Series Coordinator Christopher Braig presents his first long form “Sonic Installation” Unbridled: Journey to Chevaux combining music dance and the acoustics of the performance space.
Indiana University Professor of Trumpet Pat Harbison joins Christopher’s working group of Steve Davis on drums and Ben Wheeler on bass for this cross disciplinary performance. Patrick Harbison's many recordings as a jazz trumpeter includea1999 solo debut, AfterAll.In addition to appearances as leader, his recording credits include the Psycho Acoustic Orchestra, the Blue Wisp Big Band, and David Baker's 21st Century Bebop Band.
Submissions Due:May 6, 2017