Nija Whitson, Paloma McGregor and Samantha Speis. Photo by Erik Carter.

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[Virtual] Untitled (How Does it Feel?)

Ni’Ja Whitson

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1:30pm – 3:30pm
July 26, 2021
  • This workshop is only open to Black and Indigenous Artists of any discipline. It will additionally be a queer and trans-centered space.
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Please note, this workshop is only open to Black and Indigenous Artists of any discipline. It will additionally be a queer and trans-centered space.

This workshop will be held VIRTUALLY via Zoom.
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About this workshop:

To a liberated beginning again. To a fleshiness that draws us near. To a tender we've missed in the distance. To the plants that heal. To the erotic medicines between stems and palms. To percussive release.

Working with multiple medicinal plants on the stem, we will journey the medicinal, spiritual, and erotic possibilities of plants, percussion, and movement. We will go slowly in the journey and pursuit of intimacy.

This workshop is only open to Black and Indigenous Artists of any discipline. It will additionally be a queer and trans-centered space.

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Ni’Ja Whitson

Ni’Ja Whitson (LA/NYC) is a Creative Capital and Bessie Award winning nonbinary interdisciplinary artist, root and word worker, referred to as “majestic” by the New York Times, and recognized by Brooklyn Magazine as a culture influencer. Whitson...
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