finding voice: spoken word, indigenous hip hop and interactive show, february 4

Three years ago, Stephanie Tanny was sexually assaulted. Her artist debut show, "Finding Voice," explores expression in the wake of what can be a silencing trauma. Her performance and interactive art show will be accompanied by live music performances on February 4 at the Leela European Café in Denver.

Don't live there? The internet is here. Stephanie will be streaming the whole night live on her official website. Details about the show:
Finding Voice: Spoken Word, Indigenous Hip Hop, & Interactive Art Show!

Celebrate Stephanie Tanny's 25 years of finally Finding Voice through a night of spoken word poetry, Indigenous hip hop, live interactive art, and visual art showcase. This event will be streamed live!

The night will include:
- Stephanie Tanny, spoken word performance & live, interactive art show.

- Quese
IMC & DJ Shock B of Culture Shock Camp,
Indigenous/Native American
hip hop duo from Boyle Heights, Los Angeles & Oklahoma City.

- InVinity,
spoken word artivist from Fort Collins, CO.
- Arborasis with
Brianne Gutierrez, musician & vocalist.

-Sound & live streaming provided by Destination Radio

Event: $5 suggested cover
Chapbook: sliding scale $5-$10
CDs: $10
Artwork: $35 and up
There is a $5 suggested cover charge. For more information about the
event, check out the Facebook
. And for more information about T. Stephanie Tanny, visit her website here.

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