Long Soldier and St. Pierre lead November Winter Camp Programming

These engaging events are designed to center Lakota voices and cultural knowledge, build understanding, and deepen knowledge and trust about art, culture, and community.
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RAPID CITY, S.D. — Racing Magpie will hold a virtual session featuring Oglala Lakota artists Layli Long Soldier and Tilda St. Pierre in late November.

“A Capacity for the Unlimited Within Restraints” is a two-part workshop centered around composing poems entirely in the Lakota language with elegance, surprise, and depth. The workshop will begin at noon on Saturday, November 22nd and will continue at the same time on Sunday, November 23rd.

Additionally, Long Soldier will present “Cultivating a Relationship of Reciprocity, Artist to Art,” on Tuesday, November 24th at 5:30 P.M. This youth-focused presentation is designed to develop creative ethics to enrich personal and community growth.

The Winter Camp programming is designed to center Lakota voices and cultural knowledge, build understanding, and deepen knowledge and trust about art, culture, and community.

Participation is free, and registration can be found on the Racing Magpie’s Facebook page or website.

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