11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. ET Sundays, May 7, 21 and June 4
The Eros Project: becoming-Fluid Workshops w/ Meryl Murman
In-person at AANM
Free with RSVP*
*This workshop series is only open to women and femme/female-identifying individuals
The Eros Project: becoming-Fluid is a series of free workshops for women and female-identifying individuals to co-explore eros, sexuality, agency, holistic care and consent through somatic movement, ritual and creative collaborations with water. Participants will be invited to recreate the Hammam with artist-in-residence Meryl Zaytoun Murman as a site to examine becoming fluid and how relating through water affects our understanding of identities as shifting, various and in-flux.
Workshops are facilitated through a somatic approach and include gentle movement and voice healing practices, participatory circular conversations, story and humor as medicine, and creative explorations with water. Participants will take away somatic and visualization tools to apply in their self-care practices at home, and have the opportunity to connect more deeply through holistic processes and creative investigations with others in their community.
Throughout the workshop, participants will share and explore the diversity of female experiences within their community while interacting with erotic feminine myth, art, poetry and song references from the SWANA/Mediterranean spanning 4000 BC to present and the cultural contributions of contemporary Arab and Arab American feminist artists.
For more questions, e-mail Fatima Al-Rasool at [email protected]
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