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Closing Reception with Rebecca KellyG Closing Cycles Sound Art performance

Saturday, February 19 at 2:00 PM

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Saturday, February 19 at 2PM

Closing Reception with Rebecca KellyG Closing Cycles Sound Art performance

Local Project Art Space, 11-27 44th Rd, Queens, NY 11101, USA

free entry
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Date: Closing Reception, February 19th, 1-3pm. Performance starts at 2pm.
Location: Local Project, 11-27 44th Rd, Long Island City, New York. Local Project is fully ADA Accessible.
Note: Visitors must be fully vaccinated. Proof of vaccination will be checked at the door

Rebecca KellyG will perform “Closing Cycles” at the closing. Closing Cycles is an immersive sound experience that uplifts the necessity of self-care/accountability for collective justice. Rebecca creates multi-layered vocal soundscapes and offers reflections on her soul journey while inviting those in the audience to engage and reflect on their own. In this performance-workshop, we will start to disentangle from the ideas of “self” given to us by the oppressive systems we live within, begin to tap into our own gold, and joyfully step into the sun.

This is part of the For The Public exhibition. For more details, visit: http://www.fluxfactory.org/for-the-public-group-exhibition/

BIO:
Rebecca KellyG (she/her) is a Healing Sound Artist and Facilitator rooted in anti-racist practices. Her passion for both sound and social change has been with her since youth, evolving from a love for theater and performance into work as a civil rights attorney and flourishing in her current expression as a facilitator and sound artist. Rebecca supports individuals and groups in challenging oppressive conditioned beliefs, embracing accountability, and cultivating self-care for our personal and collective liberation. She engages in this work through workshops, immersive sound experiences, equity and justice consulting, and retreats. A selection of Rebecca’s previous partnerships include Artists Space, Leslie Lohman Museum of Art, Ensemble Studio Theatre, and Yale University Art Gallery. Her work has been included in spaces such as The Everywoman Biennial, Black Girl Magik, Infinite Possibilities Art Festival, and for The United State of Women.
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