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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
Mar 31 Tuesday, March 31
7:00pm, $6

 

The Milwaukee Native American Literary Cooperative is happy to present a day-long series of programs featuring Linda LeGarde Grover. This series of programs is made possible by generous support of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.


All events will take place on Tuesday, March 31st, and will include: 

  • a craft talk at the UWM Library, Special Collections at 12 pm
  • a class visit and talk at Marquette University in Beaumier Suites B and C of the Raynor Library & 
  • a reading at Woodland Pattern Book Center at 7 pm

All events are FREE, and open to the public. 

 

Linda LeGarde Grover is an assistant professor of American Indian Studies at the University of Minnesota - Duluth and she is the author of The Indian At Indian School, The Dance Boots, and most recently The Road Back to Sweetgrass. She is an enrolled member of the Bois Forte Band of Chippewa. 

 


Made possible with support from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and the American Indian Studies program. 

 

The MNALC includes representatives from UWM, Marquette University, MATC, Woodland Pattern, and the Indian Community School.