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Downtown Iowa City Arts Showcase: Megan Gogerty of Riverside Theatre speaks into the void

In support of Riverside Theatre, playwright, comedian, actor and professor Megan Gogerty performs at home in part two of the Downtown Iowa City Arts Showcase — a series of performances inviting community contributions to local artists, and to the nonprofit arts organizations that support their work year-round. Support Riverside Theatre To support Megan Gogerty: Venmo: […]

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Downtown Iowa City Arts Showcase: How PromptPress binds visual arts and writing together

The current moment brings into sharp focus the need to support our arts and culture venues and local artists. The Downtown Iowa City Arts Showcase is an eight-part series of performances that invite community contributions to artists and to the nonprofit arts organizations that support their work year-round. Performance #1: Excerpts from PromptPress Issue #8, […]

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Watch: Artist Hannah Givler ‘collaborates’ with her materials to create architectural sculptures

Iowa City artist Hannah Givler lets the materials around her — including scrap wood, metal and river stones — guide her artistic process. Her work takes on an array of forms and varies in scale from small sculptures to room-sized architectural creations capturing both the simplicity and complexity of her materials. Presented by Artifacts […]

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Watch: Caucus night at Coralville Precinct 1

Not everything went wrong on Caucus Day. A Democratic precinct in Coralville, Iowa saw a record turnout and relatively smooth proceedings — even though caucus rules can be confusing. Little Village sat in on Coralville Precinct 1 (at the Coralville Center for the Performing Arts) the night of Monday, Feb. 3, 2020. […]

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Fashion Forward: Quinn Herbert embraces DIY style, being ‘so extra’

Quinn Herbert, the latest subject in Little Village’s Fashion Forward video series, presented by Revival, said his clothes and especially accessories represent a personal transformation. “I think initially my style reflected what I want others to think of me,” he said, “and now I think it reflects more about what I think of myself and how I want to feel myself.” […]

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