Process Memoir 6: thenowlater Journey Two, Mind — Johnnie Cruise Mercer/TheREDProjectNYC

Process Memoir 6: thenowlater Journey Two, Mind

Johnnie Cruise Mercer and TheREDProjectNYC

A Process Offering Streamed via 92Y Harkness Dance Center

Image description: A media collage with several frames of people in light and shadow floating over a photo of TheREDProjectNYC members. 
Text reading: 
MIND
PPROCESS MEMOIR 6: THENOWLATER JOURNEY TWO
ALLOW. SURRENDER. EMBRACE.

Before the event the will be a Dance Freedom Workshop facilitated by Johnnie Cruise Mercer with TheREDProjectNYC beginning at 6pm.

This pre-stream event is open to BAX and TheREDProjectNYC communities and partners.

For access to the Dance Freedom Workshop, which includes access to the pre-event , please email artistservices@bax.org.

TICKETS: An access link will be emailed to you after purchase.

https://www.92y.org/event/process-memoir-6-thenowlater.aspx

Process Memoir 6: thenowlater
Journey Two, Mind

Process memoir 6: thenowlater is a multi-layered ‘movement’ choreography charted as four journeys: (Body – Mind – Soul – Heart). Built as an artifact, an exodus toward black (embodied) freedom, PM6: thenowlater Journey Two treks into the mind, as the body calls on actions of allowance, surrender, and embrace.

Process Memoir 6: thenowlater marks itself as the sixth of ten chapters within, A Process Anthology: The Decade from Hell, and the Decade that Followed Suite.

Soon to be Charted:
Process Memoir 6: Journey Two
-MIND-
A Live-Stream Process Offering

Choreographic/Video Director:
Johnnie Cruise Mercer

Choreographic/Video Artists:
Shanice Mason, Adrianne Ansley, Tabitha Kelly, Thomas Tyger Moore

Creative Director/Editor:
Torian Ugworji

Music Production/Management & Drummer:
Isaiah Jones

Tech Design:
Michael Combs

Featuring Music by: The Illustrious Blacks, Micheal Wall, and Young Denzel

Johnnie Cruise Mercer/TheREDprojectNYC
@jcm_redprojectnyc

This work was created, in part, through the Artist in Residence Program at BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange with support from the National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, the Howard Gilman Foundation and the Jerome Foundation.

This offering will be followed directly by a post process with the artists hosted on zoom at 8 pm.

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