Meryl Murman

Upcoming

AIR talk at Room with a View
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Thessaloniki, Greece

July 4, 2019

AIR talk at Room with a View. Giving an artist talk on my collaboration with Doron Perk and Roy Ben Yosef and the movement/music/media piece we are developing, mis PLACE.

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Thessaloniki FIX-in ART

Thessaloniki, Greece

July 1 - August 13, 2019

I curated and organized this year's FIX-in ART International Summer Residency Program featuring 12 artists from the USA, Mexico and Israel working in dance, music and media in process-driven research-based practices on projects that are cross-cultural, socially critical and pushing the boundaries of what performance is and its relevance in contemporary society.

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Guadalajara, Mexico
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Guadalajara, Mexico

February/March, 2019

Excited to be an Artist in Residence at Galeria Ajolote with Yanina Orellana, where we will be developing a new work employing humor and ancient ritual to explore sexuality in pre-adolescent girls.

Meryl Murman
mis Place
Roy Ben Yosef (L) and Doron Perk (R) Photo credit: Gianni Deluca

Roy Ben Yosef (L) and Doron Perk (R)
Photo credit: Gianni Deluca

Manhattan, NY

Sunday, January 6, 2019
Showing as part of Future Oceans Showcase APAP 2019 at JCC

mis Place is a short duet exploring displacement, embodied memory, presence and connection through time and space performed by dancer Doron Perk (NYC) and percussionist Roy Ben Yosef (Israel) via live feed.

Meryl Murman
The CASSANDRA Project

New Orleans, LA

Bi-Monthly Column in Via Nola Vie
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The CASSANDRA Project is intended as a space for female-identifying myth-busters to speak out and up for women, LGBTQ, and other marginalized peoples.

Chris Hammersley
becoming-Botanicals Research Project, US/Scotland
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New Orleans, LA

Fridays 5:30-6:30pm during Fall, 2018
Research Retreat October 19-21, 2018

becoming-Botanicals explores embodied research practices that deepen understanding of nonhuman life, and garner an eco-centric and empathetic perspective crucial to living sustainably in a shifting climate. becoming-Botanicals is a research-creation project led by The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland: Research and Knowledge Exchange in association with the University of Wisconsin-Madison & the University of California, Santa Cruz.

Chris Hammersley