June 23 The Morrigan Project

Whether seemingly minor or major, all grief needs recognition and   community and processing time to be productively integrated into our human experience and our personal growth. The Morrigan Project is a process for working in community through movement art to express and transform grief, whether it be something that recently happened or something from long ago. Christine Serfozo and her movement artists will be explaining the process and demonstrating what has come of it. We’ll also create a community ritual for everyone to participate in (it will be simple and meaningful). Please bring a framed photo of someone you are missing or a symbolic item of any grief you would like to acknowledge (if you feel inclined).

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