East Village NYC Green Map Making at Grace Exhibition Space with MoS Collective
Celebrate the Day of Sustainable Communities by putting your favorite green sites on the map.
This outdoor event is designed to share knowledge about places, projects and practices that belong on the Green Map. See this map of natural, cultural, social justice and sustainable living sites as it takes shape at http://bit.ly/EV-NYC
You can propose a site wherever you are, find out about the OGM2 mapping platform and other ways you can use Green Mapmaking to support communities of action and purpose.
While at the Grace Exhibition Space, journey through the “Microbes to Metropolis” Laboratory by MôS MoBS LoBS Lab by dd Maucher. The East Village Wellness Circle meets at Grace Space monthly (pending covid regulations - outside for now)!
Located at 184 Avenue C, the Grace Exhibition Space for performance art & permaculture is located just 2 blocks from MoRUS Museum (155 Avenue C), where Green Map’s ‘How Green Is My City’ is on exhibit - http://GreenMap.org/2020exhibit.
DEE DEE MAUCHER [NYC]
Dee Dee is an instigator of the Masters of Succession Collective where they invent lifestyles that leave a better trace and a spiral of serendipities — instead of degeneration. She co-facilitates the East Village Wellness Circle that strengthens our connection to earth, each other and ourselves. We all give and receive.
For ten yrs now she has embodied & grown her Permaculture Design Certification from the Center for Bioregional Living, holds a BFA Syracuse Ad Design & Media arts that led to 15 yrs production mass media entertainment & art direction. She is now a living systems design consultant for institutions and brands like Sony Music, Muslim Women’s Hospitalty Pavillion & Roof Garden, Lil’ Monsters pet shelter marketing plan & food growing, 6th St. Community Center and a revitalization plan for Lake Anne Plaza in Reston along with research & video documentaries on settlement design.
DD has developed with others a somatic training for athletes, a storytelling platform called Frank Documentary Arts, adventure sailor & volunteer at Earthdance, a somatic & dance improvisation center.
As a speculative image maker she embodies symbiotic lifestyle stories through Butoh. She grows food and medicine in community gardens, an artist with the Loisaida Puppet Lab.
DD has presented microremediation at TedX Dumbo City 2.0, taught her developing pedagogy at NYU Gallatin, Parsons/New School & Ecological City Pageant. As her artistic expressions grow she seeks what might seed a critical mass toward a restorative natural economy.
As a Master of Beneficial Succession(MoBS) of Lifestyles of Bioremediation & Symbiosis (LoBS) she helps people manifest their goals for the MoS Ephemeral Piazzas that create a web of interconnectivity of beneficial supply chains and positive resource flows.
ABOUT GRACE EXHIBITION SPACE
182 AVENUE C NEW YORK, NY 10009
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Grace, n. - simple elegance or refinement of movement
Grace Period - an extended period granted as a special favor
The Three Graces (Greek Mythology) - charm, grace, and beauty
Opened in 2006, Grace Exhibition Space is devoted exclusively to Performance Art. We offer an opportunity to experience visceral and challenging works by the current generation of international performance artists whether emerging, mid-career or established. Our events are presented on the floor, not on a stage, dissolving the boundary between artist and viewer. This is how performance art is meant to be experienced and our mission is the glorification of performance art.
Grace Exhibition Space presents over 30 curated live performance art exhibitions each year, showcasing new work by more than 400 performance artists from across the United States and the world since 2006.
Grace Exhibition Space for International Performance Art Space IRS tax-exempt 501(c)3 status in 2015.
Grace Exhibition Space follows the We Have a Voice Collectives Code of Conduct to Promote Safe(r) Workplaces in the Performing Arts For more information and resources, visit: www.wehavevoice.org