7 Thursdays, November 4, 11, 18 (break for Thanksgiving on Nov 25) December 2, 9 from 9-11AM Pacific Time; December 16 & 23 9AM-12PM Pacific Time (last 2 meetings are 3 hours each) – $200
Register here: https://www.tamalpa.org/calendar/online-series-connect-reflect-enact-performance-research-project-with-dohee-lee
This special 7-week workshop series will be facilitated by performance artist Dohee Lee. Dohee’s work, based on East Asian philosophy and traditional Korean arts combined with new art forms and rituals, is deeply influenced by her Korean cultural heritage. In this performance research project series, Dohee shares the wisdom she has gained through her professional artistic and healing practice. Dohee will guide you to discover how your art practice can be responded to and attuned with personal, social, emotional, mental, environmental, historical and spiritual matters and structures. Connect/Reflect/Enact will engage your practice in the arts with themes such as: your relationship to social rights, your purpose in life, honoring your ancestry, and your connection with the natural world.
(Photo: “Stories/Bridges” Fall Community Ritual for ancestors at Peralta Hacienda Historical Park in 2019 photo by Scott Tsuchitani)
Dohee Lee, RSME
Born on Jeju Island in South Korea, Dohee Lee studied Korean dance, music, percussion and vocals at the master level in Korea, and trained at Tamalpa. Since her arrival in the US she has been a vital contributor to both the traditional and contemporary arts landscape of the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.
Lee founded the Puri Project in 2004 to present interdisciplinary works that embrace the ritualistic and healing aspects of performance. She has performed in venues and festivals around the world, collaborated with leading artists and has received numerous awards including Guggenheim fellowship, Herb Alpart, Doris Duke Impact Award, Creative Capital and the Isadora Duncan Special Award honoring Outstanding Achievement. Lee is artistic director of PURI Arts and instructor at the Korean Youth Cultural Center from 2002 to 2008, resident artist and instructor at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center from 2008 to 2011, has been a guest instructor at San Francisco State University, Saint Mary’s College, UC Berkeley, UC Riverside and Northern Illinois University.