girl group


Camille Gage

girls and rock-n-roll
a special pre-show discussion before girl group
Saturday, April 20, 2013

FREE with your girl group ticket purchase for that evening or any other performance.

Camille J. Gage began her creative journey in her teens, writing music and touring with a variety of bands including Tetes Noires, the first all-female rock band from Minneapolis, Minnesota best known for their "casually mocking" feminist lyrics and for three- and sometimes up to six-part vocal harmonies. They gave concerts from 1983 until about 1987, and recorded three albums, which received positive reviews nationally.

Gage later segued into public art and mixed media performance, often with a topical edge, and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design.

Gage’s work has been shown at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts (MIA), The Weisman Museum, and the Katherine Nash Gallery, among others. She has performed at the Walker Art Center, the MIA, and First Avenue in Minneapolis, as well as many venues in New York City including The Bottom Line, The Knitting Factory, and Folk City. Her work is in numerous individual and institutional collections, including the Walker Art Center, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Boston Scientific, The Family Housing Fund, The Minnesota Historical Society and Carleton College. She is a founding members of Form + Content Gallery, an artist’s cooperative in Minneapolis.

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