• Address 720 East Locust Street | Milwaukee, WI 53212
  • Phone 414.263.5001
  • Hours Tue-Fri 11-8pm | Sat-Sun 12-5pm | Closed Mon
  • Hours Tue-Fri 11-8pm, Sat-Sun 12-5pm, Closed Mon
Event Calendar
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exhibitions
November 1 -25

Fragile Not Found: Molly Hassler, Anika Kowalik & LaNia Sproles

special events
November 17

We Exist to Prove the Living Artist: 38th Anniversary Gala

performances
November 18

Concert: Alternating Currents Live presents The Bridge #15

readings & workshops
November 20

Project Cozy an Art Workshop with Anika Kowalik

readings & workshops
November 27

Reading: Theodore Van Alst Jr.

readings & workshops
November 28

Poetry Reading: Krystal Languell & Dominique Salas

readings & workshops
November 30

Poetry Reading: Anna Vitale and Daniel Owen

performances
December 9

Alternating Currents Live presents James Sanders’ Dark Matter String Band

film & video
December 14

Film Screening: Riverwest Film & Video by Emir Cakaroz

performances
December 20

Formations Series for New & Improvised Music

Archived readings & workshops
Sep 29 September 29 - September 30
7:00pm, $6

 

Mark your calendars for a special series of events with Navajo Nation Poet Laureate, Laura Tohe, sponsored by the Milwaukee Native American Literary Cooperative (MNALC).

 

Code Talker Stories: A Conversation with Laura Tohe, Navajo Nation Poet Laureate

Thursday, September 29 | 12 PM

UWM in Union 191

 

Poetry Reading: Laura Tohe

Thursday, September 29 |  7 PM

at Woodland Pattern Book Center

720 E. Locust St.

$8 General | $7 Students & Seniors | $6 WPBC Members

 

Craft Talk w/ Laura Tohe

Friday, September 30 | 11 AM

UWM in Greene Hall

 


Laura Tohe is a scholar and poet. She is the current Navajo Nation Poet Laureate and a professor of English at Arizona State University. She has published numerous poems, stories, essays, and interviews, including the 2001 essay, “There Is No Word for Feminism in My Language." Her book publications include, Code Talker Stories (2012), Tseyi, Deep in the Rock (2005), and a co-edited collection with Heid Erdrich, Sister Nations: Native American Women Writers on Community (2002).​

 

Made possible with generous support from the National Endowment for the Arts.