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February 24, 2021 - March 24, 2021

Performance Art: the human body, intimacy, and taboo

Hosted by Abrons Arts Center

Performance Art: the human body, intimacy and taboo is a Zoom-based online, studio course co-presented by Indigenous and queer artist Vanessa Dion Fletcher and queer artist Kate Barry. It explores body art, performance and practice. Through a series of lectures, workshops, performances and group discussions we explore representations of the body, intimacy, taboo and the menstrual cycle. Through a queer lens we breakdown outmoded ideas around sexuality and gender norms. This course combines real-time activities with online space to create links between both worlds investigating time, space, movement and gesture.

Upon registration, students will receive access to online class meetings.

Sliding scale available for BIPOC students (Black, Indigenous, People of Color). Contact Millie Kapp at mkapp@henrystreet.org for more information.

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