INDWELLING IV: Living in a Female Body: The Project Continues
— HONORING Nona Willis Aronowitz, Co-author of GIRLDRIVE-CRISS-CROSSING AMERICA, REDEFINING FEMINISM.
Willis Aronowitz is a journalist and cultural critic who writes about women, sex, feminism, film, and music for numerous publications including The Nation, The Village Voice, The New York Observer, Salon, Double X and Bitch. She blogs at Girl-drive.com.
— Cheryl Cochran, actor and elder at Middle Collegiate Church will enact a piece from BELOVED about the body. Cochran’s Philadelphia credits include Romeo and Juliet, The Blacks and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Off-off Broadway credits include The Children’s Hour, Zoo Story, Dark of the Moon & Fire on Wall Street. She has also worked with Bil Wright on Eva’ Baby & For Sakia Gunn.
— SPEAKOUT our time-honored forum for women to find their individual voice and share experiences, allowing the personal experience of each woman to be heard, dignified, and transformed by our coming together.
— WOMEN’S BODIES/WOMEN’S ART, an art exhibition by women portraying the female body, organized by Caren Schapiro, LMSW, MFA, artist and graduate of The WTCI.
— Courtney E. Martin will announce The WTCI’s forthcoming international campaign, Endangered Species: Preserving the Female Body.
THE WOMEN’S THERAPY CENTRE INSTITUTE
(212) 721-7005 www.wtci-nyc.org email@example.com
February 6, 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Friends Meeting House, 15 Rutherford Place 15th St. between 2nd and 3rd Aves – near Union Square
Tickets: $10-$75 Available in advance or at the door