Performance Added: Angry Black Woman and Well Intentioned White Girl

2 pm show added on April 30!!


Amoke Kubat

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From Amoke Kubat:

Nicole M. Smith and I were fellows in Intermedia Arts’ Creative Community Leadership Institute (CCLI) the 2010-2011. I was still a Special Education teacher, burning out and wondering if I’d ever get to doing my art: writing. I struggled with and expressed even seeing myself as an artist. Nicole reminded me that I had said this, ” I don’t know about being an artist but as I enter this last leg of my life, I’m gonna tear some s**t up!” Oh, be careful what you say!! I am on a crusade to dismantle MINNESOTA NICE”. I am advocating for being real and truth telling – none of us are FREE.

Amoke Kubat Presents “Angry Black Woman and Well Intentioned White Girl”


“Stereotypes about Black Women and White Women RIP (Radically Imagined Perspective)!”

Amoke Kubat and Intermedia Arts present ANGRY BLACK WOMAN and Well Intentioned White Girl


Amoke Kubat

Amoke Kubat – writer and performance artist

Amoke Kubat is an emerging writer and performance artist, and a recipient of a 2015 Cultural Community Partnership Award from the Minnesota State Arts Board, and a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

She collaborated with Jennifer Johnson and Nicole M Smith to present this work that addresses the twin burdens of “angry black woman” and “well intentioned white girl.”

April 30 – 2 shows  —  7:30 p.m. SOLD OUT

2 p.m. show added!

The Art Shoppe at Midtown Global Market congratulates Amoke Kubat and all of her collaborators.