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NEXT UP: PRIMAVERA!
An IMMERSIVE Video Performance
PRIMAVERA! is an interactive, mythical celebration of spring in theatrical scavenger hunt form.
The Neo-Political Cowgirls spin off from their much-loved annual performance of ZIMA! (Polish for “winter”) their magical outdoor scavenger hunt, to bring you their first-ever celebration of spring starring mythological characters who lead you towards the answers to a riddle.
JOIN THE JOURNEY!
the perfect gift:
Mother’s Day Missives
This year give the gift of art! Choose a theme for your mother and based off of your request, we will create a beautiful emailed “card” consisting of images, writing, music, and more. Our promise to you and your recipient: we will create these missives with utmost intentional love, focus and in a 100% state of artistic purpose and thoughtfulness.
what young cowgirls are saying
It was like one of the experiences in my life that I’d never forget. It was really fun.
When I came to my first Young Cowgirl workshop, at first I felt sad, but by the end I felt I was home.
One of the greatest feelings I felt in the workshop was when I could just look at something I've directed and be like this is what i wanted… I created this… I feel accomplishment, and it’s great.
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what's been said about Kate mueth
"Fun, deep, passionate, sexy, literary, food for personal change, a rite of passage, community, balanced, and way unbalanced, Anything Kate creates will touch all of your senses. Even your nonsenses.
Looking for more? See Kate Mueth."
– Duncan Haile, Haile Art Foundation
“Kate Mueth is a master teacher. Her classes and workshops have changed the trajectory of my son’s life. Her unique teaching style allows for a safe and relaxed space for authentic self exploration, self discovery and self expression. In the process of learning a craft my son found his creative center and himself. With each class he emerged more confident and self assured.”
– Terri Dierkes