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February 15, 2019, Friday - Fugacious Petals at A-Mill Artist Lofts

Time: 7:30 PM – 10 PM

Location: A-Mill Artist Lofts, 315 SE Main St

Fugacious Petals

Share space with us at A-Mill as we celebrate the human experience through simultaneous breath. No moment will be the same as the last as we flow organically through the winter night sky, embrace our state of being in this world and the divinity in the wilting of time.

Nourishment will be provided at the bar. We will have some snacks, tea and a small selection of spirits. Please feel free to bring your own drink as well.

Doors at 7:30pm
7$ Suggested donation

Little Works: Minneapolis based dance collective formed by: Amelia Morris, Marissa Jax, Maria Tordoff, and Emma Call – four people who met in the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee dance program. As a collective we are interested in support. To support a continued practice of creating and expressing, we host monthly informal showings where artists of all kinds are invited to share, witness, and discuss their works in progress. Little Works wishes to open a dialogue of collaboration with dancers, with artists, with anyone willing to be a part of the conversation. As young artists striving to find and establish ourselves in a new community, our name pays tribute to humble beginnings.

The Nunnery: Solo act of Sarah Elstran. Creating melding meditative, lush soundscapes with layered vocal loops and catchy hooks. More of an experience than just a sound, The Nunnery's somewhat-improvised performances are informed by the spaces in which they occur, and her live shows often incorporate other forms of art such as live visual projections.

Poe Yoni: Weaver of word quilts.