Bridge Live Arts: Learning to Speak: Embodied Resources for a Sustainable Art Practice

Contributed By:  Bridge Live Arts

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Facilitated by brooke smiley, this workshop explores systemic cultural oppression and privilege as it relates to the voice and whole body expression. Participants will be guided to explore what occurs in the body when waiting to speak, speaking while not being heard, and speaking while being heard. Individual and group explorations will support space to observe embodied patterns, and explore resources for accessing the voice for differing outcomes. The intention is to uplift the relationship the voice has to cultivating a practice of valuing personal equity and negotiating boundaries for a sustainable art practice. This event is part of the series “Money in the Arts: Pathways to Equity”.

BIPOC Subsidy: For Money in the Arts, we are providing ten subsidies to participants that identify as Black, Indigenous, and/or as People of Color (BIPOC). Each subsidy allows someone to register for all three workshops for only $10. Please email admin@bridgelivearts.org to access this support.

Dates:  Sun, Sep 18
Time:  11:00am-2:00pm PDT
Location:  447 Minna
Location Address:  

447 Minna Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

Contact Information:  

admin@bridgelivearts.org

Cost:  $20-$75, sliding scale
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