This was the first Intergenerational Parcon Workshop. Our youngest participants was 4 and the oldest over 70! Thank you to LMCC for funding us to make this possible through the Su Casa Residency!
Group photo after exploring boundaries, extension, weight-sharing and consent at Nelson A. Rockefeller park
Seniors at the La Corsi house in East Harlem practice connecting through shared balance. They must stand their ground and lean into one another at the same time!
A fun night at the Duke Ellington Circle in East Harlem, where we came together to learn the Parcon Lenses for approaching connection.
Investigations for using Parcon as a form of resistance. Here we explore our relationship to belonging and reclaim a sense of belonging for People of Color at the J Marion Sims statue in East Harlem (he experimented on slave women).
Thank you to Joya Powell and Movement of the People Dance Company for allowing me to facilitate resilience work against micro-aggressions through contact improv based work!