Wed, Dec 16|
Embodied Aperitif: An after dinner digestive
Join Shannon and collaborators for an exploration of the poetics digestion. Learn about the small intestines, draw, move, feel, and play with functional and fantastical elements of how our body sustains itself. The event is free, and donations are welcome.
Time & Location
Dec 16, 2020, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
About the event
Shannon Murphy is a level 3 certified Franklin Method Educator, a faculty member of the Franklin Methode Institute, and a dance artist and educator. Together with collaborators Danielle Currica, Patricia Dominguez, Beau Hancock, Marisa Illingworth, Megan Quinn, William Robinson, Steve Sugalski, Michele Tantoco, and Sara Yassky, have been considering the digestive track or Gut Tube as a model for connection, collaboration, and care.
Embodied Aperitif: An after-dinner digestive is a chance for us to gather virtually and explore the digestive tract's functional and fantastic elements, especially the small intestines. We will start with introductions to one another, be lead through an imagery meditation, learn to draw the small intestines, and begin to move from them. This interactive evening includes video performances, gut tube love notes, and all are welcome to chat, share your drawings, and get to know one another.