Bilingual Yoga with Noemi Nuñez

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Bilingual Yoga with Noemi Nuñez

Noemi Nuñez will be guiding us to our zen three Monday evenings this fall. Join us for free yoga in the gallery from 5-6pm and get your self care on. The first class will take place on September 24th, the second on October 22nd, and the third on November 19th. Great views and vibes will be provided, but please bring your own mat!

About Noemi: Noemi is a renaissance woman! She created an innovative bilingual yoga class format, based on the language centers of the brain. It’s mission is to serve as a cultural bridge by bringing diversity and inclusivity to yoga rooms around the world! Noemi has worn some fun hats in this lifetime, among those: legal advocate, former competitive gymnast, environmental activist, professional dance performer, beer judge, and her favorite hat as of late: Multilingual Yoga Instructor! Her signature Bilingual Yoga program has been featured by NBC Universal as an impactful grassroots outreach community offering by introducing this wellness practice to underserved demographics. Several editorial articles call Noemi an “Influencer”, and her work is showcased at art exhibits by world-class museums, cultural and academic institutions.

About Exhibition: Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A. is a traveling exhibition that explores the intersections among a network of over fifty artists. This historical exhibition is the first of its kind to excavate histories of experimental art practice, collaboration, and exchange by a group of Los Angeles-based queer Chicanx artists between the late 1960s and early 1990s. While the exhibition’s heart looks at the work of Chicanx artists in Los Angeles, it reveals extensive new research into the collaborative networks that connected these artists to one another and to artists from many different communities, cultural backgrounds, sexual orientations, and international urban centers, thus deepening and expanding narratives about the development of the Chicano Art Movement, performance art, and queer aesthetics and practices.

Axis Mundo at the Vicki Myrhen Gallery is an abridged presentation of a larger traveling exhibition organized by Independent Curators International (ICI).