Emily Johnson is an artist, writer and dancer who makes body-based work. Originally from Alaska, she is now based in Minneapolis. She creates work that considers the experience of sensing and seeing performance. Her dances function as installations, engaging audiences within and through a space and environment - interacting with a place’s architecture, history, and role in community. She learned sewing with fish-skin from Audrey Armstrong, has led fish-skin sewing workshops for two years, and made 50 fish-skin lanterns for her dance, Niicugni. Emily is of Yup'ik descent.
For more info about Emily and her performances, watch this video from MN Original:
or visit her website: http://catalystdance.com/
Workshops by Emily Johnson
Fish-skin Sewing - February 27 - March 1, 2015; 2.5 day; Friday, February 27: 5 - 8pm; Sat - Sun: 9am - 4pm
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