Miss Conception (Sara Glass) has served as a conscious performance artist in Lawrence and Kansas City, debuting her hiphop side recently. Open up & heard from the grape vines of KS spoken word and spun beats, she’s got a message to breed. Through sung choruses and leads, emcee Miss C takes over the microphone with a motivational, educational and confrontational style. Breaking down stereotypes of the guerotype with sufficient wordplay and rhyme, she takes on one hard to define subject a time… sex, solidarity and startin’ the revolution are topically explored. It’s a group effort towards enlightenment… as we climb, one rhyme at a time, getting inside your mind until the divine sublimes. Realigned, and influized by the honorable Ani Difranco and Jurassic 5, put the two together and you get one hell of a misconception.
Miss Conception has served as a spoken word performance artist in Kansas City, debuting her hiphop side more recently. Emcee Miss C takes over the microphone with a motivational, educational and confrontational style. Open up & heard from the grape vines of KS spoken word and spun beats, sung choruses and leads, she’s got a message to breed. Breaking down sterotyes of real issues with real substance, rhymes and raps include topics such as sex, solidarity and startin’ the revolution, above all.
Areas of Expertise:
- Hoop Performer and HipHop Dancer
- Visual Artist and Photographer
- Print and Online Graphic Designer
- Public Speaker and Role Model for Youth
- Advanced Poetics and Creative Writing
- Creative Consultant
- Proficient in Hebrew
- Conversational French and Sign Language
- Crosstown Station with Centrifugal Forces
- Opened for Quixotic with KC Slam Poets
- The Blue Room Jazz Poetry Jam
- Lawrence, KS - Host of The Jazzhaus Fresh Ink Poetry Night (Monthly)
- The Jackpot
- The Bottleneck
- Crossroads KC
- Czar Bar
My poetry tends to come from an activists perspective, always wanting to better myself and the world we live in. I am very excited about the possibility of performing for young people, as I feel language and creativity are true tools to unlock the secrets of the universe. Living right starts with YOU making a difference, and I am proud to be making a difference here in my hometown of Kansas City.
I have used poetry as a tool to organize my thoughts and possibly inspire others since I can remember writing poems in 7th grade. Dance has also played a major role in my life as a tool for expression as well as personal fitness and fun! Most recently, I have taking up hoop dancing, using a hula hoop to interpret the music. As a hiphop artists, I have also been trying to transition from ‘poetry’ to ‘hiphop’, as music is one of the highest forms of spirituality I have found in my life. What are being defined here as ‘wellness tools’ have mostly always been a part of my regular life, funneling music, dance and spirituality into one facet. Born an entertainer, I want nothing more than to share the beauty of movement and music with those who wish to commune!