the "Embodying Ourselves" Project

"Embodying Ourselves" Event

Artists with diverse experiences using a variety of mediums will participate in a panel discussion with community about the importance of using art for both activism and a tool for healing the relationship with our bodies on an individual and collective level. 

"embodying ourselves" event - session 1

Session 1 Event

November 17, 2019

Session 1 - SOLD OUT

Session 1 WAIT LIST

12:00 noon

5305 Bolm Rd.

Austin, Texas


Austin Artists will speak about their work involving Body Acceptance.


Panel Artists: Avery Erickson, Jennie Tudor Gray, Tee Hollow, Juliet Morgan, Chandra Washington, Tammy West

Moderator: Scott David Gordon

Performance: Erica Nix and Nikki DaVaughn


See details about the Artists involved with the "Embodying Ourselves" Project


Session 1 Tickets SOLD OUT - to be placed on a wait list, please contact Juliet Morgan

"embodying ourselves" event - session 2

Session 2

November 17, 2019

Session 2 - SOLD OUT

Session 2 WAIT LIST

2:00pm

5305 Bolm Rd.

Austin, Texas


Austin Artists will speak about their work involving Body Acceptance.


Panel Artists: Donna Dechen Birdwell, Janet Farnsworth, Vanessa Filkins, Anthony Maddaloni, Teresa Roberson, Chandra Washington

Moderator: Scott David Gordon

Performance: Erica Nix and Nikki DaVaughn


See below for the Artists involved with the "Embodying Ourselves" Project


Session 2 Tickets SOLD OUT - to be placed on a wait list, please contact Juliet Morgan

"embodying ourselves" event - discussion and presentation

Photography exhibition

"Embodying Ourselves" - a collaboration by Anthony Maddaloni and Juliet Morgan

This body of work will premier at the 2019 East Austin Studio Tour and will be on permanent display through Anthony's website:

anthonymaddalonifineartphotography.com


 The seeds for this project began many years ago when Artist Juliet Morgan was experiencing a medical issue, and became increasingly aware of how detached she had grown from her own aging body.  This reality hit home when she later ran across a snapshot photo of herself at age 17 and recalled how, even in her youth, she attached harsh judgement to her body's appearance.  She embarked upon a mission to create a better relationship with her own body and mind.  During this exploration, she enlisted the help of her husband and photographer Anthony Maddaloni, and a project sprouted.   The cohesive project is both this body of collaborative photographs by Anthony and Juliet, and the Event organized by Juliet Morgan.

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