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Kimi Eisele

Kimi Eisele is a multidisciplinary artist living in Tucson, AZ, who makes things with words, paper, and the body. Her work is grounded in explorations of place and environment, community collaboration, and civic participation. She has directed multiple projects for New ARTiculations Dance Theatre, exploring issues such as endangered species, water, urban revitalization, and food systems. She received the 2012 AZ Commission on the Arts’ Artist Project Grant and the Tucson Pima Arts Council’s 2014 “Lumie” Award for Established Artist. Learn more about her at www.KimiEisele.com. You can listen to past segments of The Saguaro Minute online here.

Standing with Saguaros
Essay

Standing with Saguaros

Radio Podcasting as Performance Research and Species Stewardship

28 January 2017

In this second installment of her series on the Standing with Saguaros project, Kimi Eisele writes about integrating radio into her performance project.

Standing with Saguaros
Essay

Standing with Saguaros

Intimate Theatre and Intimate Environmentalism

10 June 2016

Kimi Eisele writes about a new engagement piece presented by Borderlands Theater in partnership with Saguaro National Park.

Standing with Saguaros 
Series

Standing with Saguaros 

Dancer Kimi Eisle speaks on climate change in the Southwest after her experience of dancing a duet with a cactus.