Image: by Larry Bell. One interesting thing about being an artist now is that everything is a possibility. Which means you start out of the state of total chaos, and you have to assume the responsibility for every single thing you do or do not do. – Robert Irwin, from the film Drugs and Beyond, Extension Media Center, UCLA for the National Institute of Mental Health, 1971. “Historians [are] looking for those consistencies, those overlaps, where artists are affected or where…
/ SPEAKERS + REFLECTION
/ HAPPY HOUR + FOOD
Experience the healing combination of meditation, dance, and deep reflection on this year in DYFIT (Don’t You Feel It Too). Learn what the DYFIT team has learned from the last 9 months of study, 100+ sessions of public dance, and 12 community care workshops. All are welcome.
3:30 p.m. – Intro and Meditation
4:00 p.m. – DYFIT session
4:30 p.m. – Presentations
6:30 p.m. – Social Hour
Speakers include from Zen priest Byakuren Judith Ragir, writer and Winton Chair Alexis Pauline Gumbs, yoga teacher Shira Charis, professor of psychology Traci Mann (as respondent), and artists Aki Shibata, Theresa Madaus, and Marcus Young 楊墨.
This event is the part of the program for creative collaboration of the Weisman Art Museum.