Bbeyond (2001 – 2021)
Celebrating 20 Years of Promoting Performance Art
Arts And Minds – Embodied Connections
BRONAGH LAWSON – DOMINIC THORPE – FRANCES MEZZETTI
JAMES KING – STEVE BATTS
“Art should be something that liberates your soul.” Keith Haring
Embodiment theory assumes that we use our own bodily experiences to help us understand emotional processing. Bbeyond suggests that performance art can be useful in researching somatic practice, which holds the potential to cultivate refuge, resilience and a deeper understanding of our internal mechanisms. Expanding awareness of the crucial and complex role of the body in making and experiencing art.
Introduction: Online – Thursday the 4th of March 7pm 2021 – With Artists Bronagh Lawson, James King & Steve Batts.
Notes on Embodiment: – Somatic approaches to movement, attention, awareness and action.
Artist led Workshops: Online – ‘Becoming Becoming’ – With Artists Frances Mezzetti and Dominic Thorpe.
Group Sessions: 10 am – 2.30 pm, March 6th, 13th, 27th, 2021One hour Sessions: March 14th and 21st, 2021
Group Performance: Mental Health Awareness week in Association with Queens University, 10th – 16th May 2021. A critical exploration of embodied practice, encompassing a broader spectrum of the aesthetics of refuge and resilience.
To Register or For Enquires Please Contact:
Phone: 044- 7968643871 / 07933187686
Organised by Elaine McGinn