Image Description: A woman is seen holding herself halfway up a doorway, her head turned towards the camera with one leg bent and pressed against the wall with the other straightened and slightly higher against the wall. She is wearing a blue tank top with grey sweatpants. The door and walls are white with a purple light cast on it; there is a small table on the left side of the picture with various items on it.
Class with Maria Bauman
Wednesday, October 6th at 6-7:30pm EDT on Zoom
Maria Bauman is a “Bessie” award winning multi-disciplinary artist and community organizer from Jacksonville, FL. She is also a sought-after facilitator and speaker on the topics of social justice practices within performing arts, embodied and arts-based leadership development, and racial equity in the arts. Bauman creates bold and honest artworks for her company, MBDance, based on physical and emotional power, insistence on equity, and intimacy. In particular, Bauman’s site-responsive dance work centers the non-linear and linear stories and bodies of Black queer people in multiple immersive ritual settings.
Class is FREE. However, you must register (below) to receive the Zoom link.