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Upcoming Events: April - June 2018

04.13.2018 | 4:30pm - 6:00pm

Amherst, MA

Artivism 101: How Arts and Culture Are Integral to Our Fight for Reproductive Freedom


4.14.2018 | 3:15p - 4:45p

Amherst, MA

Your Pleasure Toolkit: Rituals and Practices for the movement


05.05.2018 | 8:00p-10:00p

Catinca Tabacaru Gallery

250 Broome Street | New York, NY

TRANS-Ville is a contemporary performance art series exploring states of cultural, political, and gender transitions. Performing an excerpt of The Bag Lady Manifesta.


05.18.2018 - 05.19.2018

Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute

104 17th Ave S | Seattle, WA

The Central District Forum for Art and Ideas presents Taja Lindley's The Bag Lady Manifesta - the first tour stop of her one woman show and installation.


06.09.2018 | 10:00p-12:00a

Sideshows by the Seashore

1208 Surf Ave

Brooklyn, NY

Shades of Burlesque, NYC's ONLY All Black burlesque revue presents: WAKANDA FOREVER! Get ready to be transfixed by the Beauty & Magic of this Black Panther inspired production! Taja Lindley is performing her Race Jones burlesque act.


06.17.2018 | 12:00p-6:00p

Weeksville Heritage Center

158 Buffalo Avenue | Brooklyn, NY

Embodying Archives is a conceptual framework that describes the memories we carry genetically, spiritually, and physically in our blood and bones. This event offers its participants the opportunity to interpret and engage this concept through performances, discussions, and communal movement. Featured artists include Monstah Black, Brother(hood) Dance!, Trae Harris, Joyce LeeAnn, and Taja Lindley.


06.21.2018 | 6:00p - 8:00p

NYU Hemispheric Institute for Performance and Politics

20 Cooper Square 5th Fl

New York, NY

The Inaugural event of the The Women of Color Advancing Peace, Security and Conflict Transformation (WCAPS) Art Forum with a night of art, conversation and contemplation. A screening of Taja Lindley’s short film, "This Ain’t A Eulogy: A Ritual for Re-Membering," 2017 (10 mins) will be the foundation for a discussion between the artist and WCAPS founder, Ambassador Bonnie D. Jenkins, and an examination of the intersections of women, race, and dignity in our society.

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