Author Archives: Khiri Lee

About Khiri Lee

If people were simple this little box would be sufficient for me to describe myself. People are not simple.

Red Shoes – The Shoes!

When Dorothy finds the Red Shoes in “The Wizard of Oz” the course of her adventure dramatically shifts. She now has the key to come full circle to her hearts desire, to return home. But perhaps the power to come … Continue reading

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Tickets for Red Shoes!

Tickets are now available for Red Shoes! Head on over to the Fringe Website to secure your seat at my show. Adult $15 | Student and Seniors $13 BOGO Tickets for Opening Night! Red Shoes A one woman spectacle that … Continue reading

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Red Shoes – The Boulder Fringe Festival

Red Shoes A one woman spectacle that cobbles together the dramas of losing your shoes, looking in all the wrong places, weathering the storm, and finding your wings instead. Save the Date  Friday AUG 17, 8:45 PM  Saturday AUG 18, … Continue reading

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March Meet the Maker

I stumbled across the March Meet the Maker at the tail end of last years challenge  and I’m excited to have been participating from the beginning this year. Everyday for the month of March you can tune into my Instagram … Continue reading

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Taboo – 7th Online Performance Art Festival

I was thrilled to participate in the 7th annual online performance art festival on February 11th, 2018.  “Taboo” was a visual exploration of stigma towards women’s health. The piece was broadcasted live and around 15 people tuned in to see … Continue reading

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Celestial Beings Collection

Several years ago I collaborated with the non-profit Turning the Wheel to create a wonderfully whimsy deck of inspirational cards called “The Good Box.” The project was focused on reclaiming the word good as a positive meditation word and resulted in the … Continue reading

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Canvas to Cuff

Thank You to everyone who voted for me in the 2017 “Canvas to Cuff” Contest.   The 2nd annual event is happening now, and my beautiful cuff, which your votes helped make a reality, is still available for purchase. Visit Walters … Continue reading

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