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Ellen Marie Hinchcliffe


Lake Street Arts! Curator

Ellen began working with Pangea after many years of engaging with Pangea as an artist.  Her work is about ancestors, spirit, politics, contradictions, humor, confronting white supremacy and always about healing.  She lives in Minneapolis, two blocks from the Mississippi with her husband and their amazing daughter.  "Pangea is an important home for artists.  I felt both respected and engaged from the moment I first encounter Dipankar, Meena and Pangea. I have held several events in Pangea's studio including my solo show- Death's Daughter and the Twin Cities Premiere of my film  Thought Woman- The Life and Times of Paula Gunn Allen. As well as working directly with them as part of The Bridges Program.  Pangea puts artists at the center!"
Her artist website is

Ellen Marie Hinchcliffe
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