Oct 12, 2020
Mondays with Milford: In Performance Part I
Bi-weekly virtual screenings of rare digital footage from Milford Graves’s archives will be shown on icaphila.org throughout the run of ​A Mind-Body Deal​ along with additional video selections and dialogues that contextualize Graves’s practice. Screenings begin at 6PM and will remain online until the next event. For a schedule of screenings, click here. This program…
Oct 8, 2020
Curator-Led Tour of Milford Graves: A Mind-Body Deal
Join ICA for a virtual tour of Milford Graves: A Mind-Body Deal, led by Mark Christman, Artistic Director of Ars Nova Workshop; Anthony Elms, ICA’s Daniel and Brett Sundheim Chief Curator, and Milford Graves. ICA’s Curator-Led Tours offer a unique opportunity to learn about our current exhibitions from the curators. Each tour covers the overarching…
Oct 8, 2020
Mondays with Milford: Heart Music
Bi-weekly virtual screenings of rare digital footage from Milford Graves’s archives will be shown on icaphila.org throughout the run of A Mind-Body Deal, along with additional video selections and dialogues that contextualize Graves’s practice. Screenings begin at 6PM and will remain online until the next event. For a schedule of screenings, click here. Heart Music…
Oct 8, 2020
Coffee & Conversation: What’s In A Heartbeat? Scientific Thinking, Embodied Knowledge, and Art Historical Process in Milford Graves’s A Mind-Body Deal
Join University of Pennsylvania graduate students Tim Hampshire and Narendra Haynes for a discussion on how Milford Graves introduces new paradigms for the way we think about music, science, and the distant past through visual art. The dialogue will focus on the concept of embodiment within Graves’s work as it relates to various forms of…
Oct 1, 2020
Mindfulness at the Museum: Restorative Contact with Gabrielle Revlock
Restorative Contact begins with the understanding that touch is an important part of human development. It helps us to be present in the moment, in our bodies, and with other people. In this session we will work with our partner, guided through a mostly floor-based sequence of touch and weight-sharing, using various surfaces of the…
Oct 1, 2020
Mindfulness at the Museum: Restorative Contact with Gabrielle Revlock
Restorative Contact begins with the understanding that touch is an important part of human development. It helps us to be present in the moment, in our bodies, and with other people. In this session we will work with our partner, guided through a mostly floor-based sequence of touch and weight-sharing, using various surfaces of the…
Oct 1, 2020
Mindfulness at the Museum: Restorative Contact with Gabrielle Revlock
Restorative Contact begins with the understanding that touch is an important part of human development. It helps us to be present in the moment, in our bodies, and with other people. In this session we will work with our partner, guided through a mostly floor-based sequence of touch and weight-sharing, using various surfaces of the…
Oct 1, 2020
Mindfulness at the Museum: Restorative Contact with Gabrielle Revlock
Restorative Contact begins with the understanding that touch is an important part of human development. It helps us to be present in the moment, in our bodies, and with other people. In this session we will work with our partner, guided through a mostly floor-based sequence of touch and weight-sharing, using various surfaces of the…
Oct 1, 2020
Mindfulness at the Museum with Shesheena Bray
Mindfulness at the Museum is a series of guided meditation sessions facilitated by skilled holistic practitioners designed to teach participants how to become in tune with the present. Mindfulness meditation can help reduce stress, foster compassion, and improve memory. Each encounter is unique from the last, drawing synthesis between the mind and body, leaving participants…
Oct 1, 2020
Mindfulness at the Museum with Shesheena Bray
Mindfulness at the Museum is a series of guided meditation sessions facilitated by skilled holistic practitioners designed to teach participants how to become in tune with the present. Mindfulness meditation can help reduce stress, foster compassion, and improve memory. Each encounter is unique from the last, drawing synthesis between the mind and body, leaving participants…