Spring begins on the equinox, March 21st. It’s a month not only of swirling winds but also of hopeful anticipation that something better is coming and soon. It’s also a month that women are celebrated–either as Women’s Day around the world on March 8th, or in the United States as an entire month long celebration. This is no coincidence. Women have historically been viewed as caretakers, nurturers, and the people who bring hope. Women also bring life, and with life, bring change. It is with this power of birth and change that we announce this year’s Spring Revolution at National Sawdust. The entire festival is focused on two female attributes: empowerment and discourse. We begin the month with female empowerment, and then lead into the latter half of the month with a cultural dialogue told only how NS can–through music
Women. Empowerment. Activism.
In Performance and Conversation