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Embodied Elements: Re-Emergence through Movement
Embodied Elements: Re-Emergence through Movement

Embodied Elements: Re-Emergence through Movement

Creating Equal

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As our society begins to awake from hibernation, and we carve new nations out of community, we the people have a unique opportunity to reimagine embodied connection. In this virtual workshop, Imani Pearl Williams, Micah Rosegrant, and Jessi Stegall will invite participants into a movement practice of using our bodies as sites for exploring the earth, listening to self, and setting intentions for future practice. Participants will have opportunities for both solo work and group interaction.

This event is open to all skill levels and abilities. Come with something comfortable to move in, a connection to the natural world (e.g. a window to look out of, a glass of water, a stone, a plant), and a willingness to explore. Our bodies will serve as founders in the rebirth of a kinesthetic landscape.

Micah Rosegrant
Micah Rosegrant

Micah Rosegrant

Micah Rosegrant (they/them) nurtures divinity to mother liberated futures for queer and trans peoples. They emerge beauty out of the english language’s colonial landscape, centering breath / memory / space in all they do. They are an Artist in Community Fellow at Arts Connect International, and their writing is published in The Wave, HowlRound Theatre Commons, CONSTRUCT zine, and The Margins. They craft art for healing with communities including Asian American Theatre Artists of Boston (AATAB), The Theater Offensive, Pao Arts Center, Company One, and StageSource. Photo: Meghan Cronin

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Jessi Stegall
Jessi Stegall

Jessi Stegall

Jessi Stegall (she/her) is a multimodal artist committed to facilitating and documenting creative processes through arts-based research. She is a graduate student at the Center for Bioethics at Harvard Medical School, where she researches the intersections and ethical underpinnings of creative therapies and arts education. She studied Expressive Art Therapy at Lesley University and is a graduate of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. Jessi has been an artist-in-residence at the Harvard ArtLab, National Parks Service, Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, the New Museum, and is a research-practitioner at the Partnering Lab.

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Imani Pearl Williams
Imani Pearl Williams

Imani Pearl Williams

Imani Pearl Williams (she/her) is a lover of inclusion, collaboration, and art, so she’s very excited to be a part of this committee. She’s recently been a part of the Pippin national tours (Ensemble, u/s Leading Player) and an immersive theater experience aboard Celebrity Edge (Eden). She will appear in the A.R.T.’s upcoming revival of 1776 (Standby) and is thrilled to be working with A.R.T. in yet another way. Black Lives Matter, love is love, and wear your mask 🙂

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