Presentation | February 23 | 7 p.m. | Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
Experience Afrofuturist mythos through story and song. Writer, vocalist, sacred scholar, and activist Amber McZeal utilizes sound therapy and guided somatic imagery to engage the knowledge of the body within an interactive and liberatory arts practice.
Amber McZeal weaves together somatic practice with social justice and spirituality. Her approach centers imagination as foundational to movements to end oppression and create more humane social relationships. McZeal holds an MA degree in somatic depth psychology and is currently a doctoral candidate at Pacifica Graduate Institute.