Open Studio Saturday, May 21, 2022
10am – 2pm at the residency
As a part of his Open Studio, Pedram Baldari will be installing a soundscape using low-frequency radios. This temporary installation will highlight the importance of the Great Lakes and the potential impacts of pipelines.
Poet and Educator Margaret Noodin as she introduces some of the stories and songs of the 142 Anishinaabe nations of the Great Lakes and their relationships with the other humans and non-humans who share that space. Learn about the web of stewardship that has been in place in the region for millennia and to think together about maintaining Indigenous ways in modern times.
Storytime with Margaret Noodin
Poet and Educator Margaret Noodin will be reading and discussing Dakonaninjingwaan, To Fall Asleep Holding Hands.
Lone Wolf Collaboration
April 22, 2022 – 6:30 p.m.
Crooked Tree Arts Center – Petoskey
During composer Kate Eberstadt’s residency last December, Kate worked with an awesome Pellston Middle School student – Blaze Beairl to develop an original composition. This music is being choreographed by guest choreographer, Jesse Jason and the Crooked Tree Arts Center School of Ballet students. Jesse Jason is being hosted by The Croft Residency.
A video recording of the performance is available on our YouTube Channel.
Cecelia LaPointe – Poetry
An evening of poetry and discussion of boarding schools and healing justice with poet Cecelia LaPointe.