Part of Juliane Shibata’s large-scale art installation
Part of Juliane Shibata’s large-scale art installation

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Saturday, 1/12 — Weave

Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, in collaboration with The O’Shaughnessy, offers Weave, a new dance project choreographed by Rosy Simas, a Haudenosaunee (Seneca) artist. The full-length dance performance pays tribute to the interwoven and interdependent nature of our world. Tickets start at $22. 7:30pm. Ordway Center, 345 Washington Street, St. Paul. Details: 651-224-4222, 

Saturday, 1/12 — Second Saturday Dance for Women 

Second Saturday Women’s Dances are a sober space that welcomes all women (no men). The organizers are primarily lesbian, although attendance is not limited to lesbians. $7-8, with some funds donated to Community Meal & Food Giveaway. 7-10:30 pm. Walker Community United Methodist Church, 3104 16th Ave. S., Mpls. Details: 

Saturday, 1/19 — Women’s March
One of the largest rallies in Minnesota history was held on January 21, 2017, when 110,000 people came together to march. This year, another group will gather in St. Paul to harness the power of women and allies to create transformative social change. Details: 

Saturday, 1/26 — Mid Drift Movement Premiere

Mid Drift is a new, locally produced docu-series about postpartum experiences around the world. It explores the harm of North America’s obsession with “body after baby” and is an attempt to shift that narrative. This premiere of the first episode will include a silent auction, raffle, and live music. $15. 7pm screening, 7:30pm discussion. Parkway Theater, 48th and Chicago, Mpls. Details: 

1/17 to 2/20 — Temporal Patterns 

Integrating transience with relative stability, Juliane Shibata’s large-scale art installation celebrates both the defined lifespan of flowers and plants with the persistence of fired clay. It represents four seasons, and is inspired by the feminist Pattern and Decoration movement of the 70s and 80s. Reception, Thurs., 1/17, 6-8pm. Christensen Gallery, Augsburg College, 2211 Riverside Ave, Mpls. Details:, 

Through 2/14 — Church Basement Ladies 

The Church Basement Ladies series continues in a new location with “You Smell Barn.” After the last of the hot dish is served, the coffee pot is emptied, and the Jell-O molds are put away, the steadfast Church Basement Ladies head home to their farms, peel off their good girdles, and get on with their daily chores. Ames Center Black Box, Burnsville. $32 and up. Details: