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Join me Nov 13th for Making Rituals with Robyn Mineko Williams (How to Speak to the Dead)



Making Rituals is back!


Making Rituals is a personal and collective inquiry into modern ritual that I host, created with the intention of gathering together to spark conversation around our lives and reframing ritual as essential to our survival and connection to the world—for ourselves, for our children, for our ancestors, for our planet.

The theme for the November and December events is How to Speak to the Dead, and will explore themes I'm working on in my project En la casa de Mamá.

For November 13th I welcome director, artist, dancer, and producer Robyn Mineko Williams as guest artist, and we will speak about her work, Hisako's House.

This event is free and open to the public but RSVP is required—attendance will be limited to encourage in-depth discussion. It will not be live-streamed. Light snacks will be served.

This event takes place at Comfort Station in Logan Square.

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Robyn Mineko Williams is a director, artist, dancer and producer. She works and creates within the lanes and intersections of performance, dance, design, culture, and place. She is the founder and director of Robyn Mineko Williams and Artists (RMW&A) and has received commissions from Pacific Northwest Ballet, Royal New Zealand Ballet, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, and Malpaso Dance Company among others. Robyn has been in residence at Baryshnikov Arts Center and is a 2023 Artist-in Residence at the Chicago Cultural Center. Named one of “25 to Watch” by Dance Magazine in 2014, she is a 2023 Dysart Award winner and Princess Grace Foundation-USA Fellowship grant recipient. In tandem with her creations for the stage, Robyn works as a creative director and movement consultant on an array of projects including immersive experiences, film, installation, pop-up performances and music videos. More info at robynminekowilliams.com

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This event is partially supported by an Individual Artist Program grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, as well as a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, a state agency through federal funds provided by the National Endowment for the Arts.




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