Saturday, November 18, 2023 from 4:00-6:00 PM
The cup– an object of bodily characteristics and anatomy including foot, belly, lip, hand(le), gesture, balance, and weight- has been a participant in over 2,500 years of human culture. Holding a cup in our hands, putting it to our lips, passing it to others, is one of many exchanges between body and object.
On November 18, Project: Cup collaborates with movement embodiment doula, Óscar Trujillo for a fun-filled afternoon of performance, discussion, and playful activities to engage the body and mind.
Using the body as an expressive medium, Óscar will invite participants to observe, play, collaborate, brainstorm, act, and interact. Participants will explore everyday embodied experiences in space and with the cup. Bring your silly self or bring your serious self. This event is free and open to all ages and abilities. No experience necessary.
ABOUT PROJECT: CUP
Project: Cup is a series organized by Casey Whittier in partnership with Charlotte Street, and is supported by the ArtsKC Inspiration Grant, Studio Potter, Kansas City Art Institute, and Artaxis. Project: Cup will culminate in a permanent Cup Library for the William T. Kemper Library at Charlotte Street. (Instagram: @projectcup_csf)
Please join us for the remaining workshops in the series:
December 2 from 2:00-4:00 PM
December 9 from 4:00-6:00 PM
ABOUT ÓSCAR TRUJILLO
Óscar Trujillo is an embodiment doula whose practice bridges somatic education, the expressive arts, trauma support, bodywork and intuitive energy reading. Óscar currently makes movement theater in Kansas City and performs with Joe Goode Performance Group in San Francisco. Oscar’s creative and healing arts projects aim to merge what is practical with what’s often beyond words.