Open Mic Night | Featuring Mimi Tempestt

When:
September 16, 2021 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
2021-09-16T18:00:00-07:00
2021-09-16T20:00:00-07:00
Where:
Zoom Room
Cost:
Free

OPEN MIC THURSDAYS continue. Join us on ZOOM for our virtual Open Mic. Hosted by poet Nia McAllister, join us for an evening of spoken word, featuring amazing poets and musicians from throughout the Bay Area and beyond. Participate or just watch. Everyone is welcome.

All interested performers, please sign up using the form below. For those interested in listening as part of the audience, no need to fill out the form, just join the zoom using the link below:

Open Mic Night, September 16 2021

  • If you are interested in performing, please share a sample of your work.

Here are the instructions for joining via ZOOM: 

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://moadsf-org.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYvdO-hrjgjHdQCpHEz7G3N8Dj8-_qKKNb9 

Donations of any amount are always welcome, so if you are able to, please consider donating to MoAD online HERE, or donating through Give by Cell by texting the word: MOADSF to the number: 56512 on your cell phone, then follow the link provided to make a donation. All donations will go towards supporting MoAD and continuing to bring you engaging programming.

Our Featured Poet: Mimi Tempestt

Mimi Tempestt (she/they) is a multidisciplinary artist, writer, and daughter of California. She has a MA in Literature from Mills College, and is currently a doctoral student in the Creative/Critical PhD in Literature at UC Santa Cruz. Her first book, the monumental misrememberings, is published with Co-Conspirator Press//The Feminist Center for Creative Work (2020). She was chosen as a finalist in the Creative Nonfiction Prize for Indiana Review in 2020, and is a creative fellow at The Ruby in San Francisco. She was selected for participation in the Lambda Literary Writers Retreat for Emerging LGBTQ Voices & writers in 2021. Her works can be found in Foglifter, Apogee Journal, Interim Poetics, and The Studio Museum in Harlem.

Funding has been provided by  California Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.

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