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A CommUNITY Vigil

September 13, 2020 @ 10:00 pm - 11:30 pm

Beatrice and Victoria invite you to participate in a ritual of music, dance, poetry, prayer, and meditation, honoring our collective and individual losses. They will be joined by performing artists from around the globe, whose contributions symbolize the power of art to unify and heal a hurting world. The ceremony will begin and end with light – representing our shared flame of life. Moments of music and spoken word will alternate with times of silent prayer and meditation.  Everyone will be invited to name their personal losses and participate in embodied practices for grief healing. All are welcome.

Please bring a candle and a significant memento or personal artifact representing a loss or losses you have experienced this year.

To learn more about Beatrice and Victoria’s work, please visit their websites:




September 13, 2020
10:00 pm - 11:30 pm
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2020-09-13 22:00:00


2020-09-13 23:30:00

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BEATRICE ANTONIE MARTINO is an interdisciplinary artist and performer from Vienna, Austria. She holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in Dance and Psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara, where she received honors distinctions in her majors. Beatrice is passionate about finding the intersections between dance, music, and the visual arts, and enjoys working collaboratively with other artists to create interdisciplinary works. She just completed a Master of Arts degree at New York University Gallatin School of Individualized Study, where she studied immersive performance and interactive installations as catalysts for grief processing. She believes that art has a unique and powerful capacity for healing, and she strives to inspire and transform audiences through her work. VICTORIA MARTINO is a magna cum laude graduate of Harvard University and the University of California. She is a specialist in interdisciplinary studies, with academic degrees in art history, literature, and music. In addition to performing as a violin soloist all over the world, she has initiated and presented lecture-concerts exploring the interrelationship between art and music at many international institutions, including the Guggenheim Museums of New York, Bilbao and Berlin, the National Art Gallery of Victoria (Australia), the National Art Gallery of Ontario (Canada), the National Art Gallery of Slovenia, the Museum of Western Art in Tokyo, the Albertina in Vienna, the J. Paul Getty Museum, and MOCA Los Angeles, to name only a few. As an internationally recognized art historian and writer, she has curated numerous museum exhibitions in Europe and the United States, and has published over 60 catalogue essays and scholarly articles in more than six languages on artists and composers. She has also participated in international symposia and lectured widely. She has been a guest professor at universities in Australia and the United States, teaching music, art history, and innovative humanities courses. As an art, music, dance, and theater critic, she has published exhibition and performance reviews.
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