Humanism in process: performance artists at work
Female performance artists at work
As part of the celebrations around International Women's Day
Humanism in process: performance artists at work 1 & 2
From 4 -9 March
Humanism in process: female performance artists at work, addresses issues of feminism and art, promoting visibility of inequalities and strategies to address these situations, creating openness, awareness and supporting women’s wellbeing through performance art. Demonstrating how performance art has been and is a contemporary art form that suits the needs of human diversity and expressions of freedom.
The overall project includes invited artists Mónica Mayer (Mexico), Denys Blacker (Spain) Sandra Johnston, Jayne Cherry(NI), Aine Philips (Ireland) and SARC artists (Sonic Art Research Centre) Una Lee, Paula Guzzanti and Elvira Santamaria (Mex-NI).
The first part of this project has been specifically dated to coincide with International Women’s Day, in March, beginning with a workshop hosted by Denys Blacker, followed by a Roundtable Discussions, Workshop Presentations, Solo Performances and a Performance Monthly Meeting.
Later, in May (6 -12) there will be a second part to this project, with a Workshop hosted by one of Mexican leading artists, Mónica Mayer and following the same format with Roundtable Discussions, Workshop Presentations, Solo Performances and a Performance Monthly Meeting.
Further information to follow later.