A Full Corn Moon

Celebrate the fullness of the fall with ritual artist Kelly GreenLight! In this time of transition from summer into autumn, we’ll honor this September full moon in silence, stillness, and thanksgiving. The Full Corn Moon teaches us to be diligent in our work and use all that we have to sustain ourselves. We’ll gather together in quiet gratefulness to acknowledge the resources around and within us.

Kelly ‘GreenLight’ Thomas is a Healing Artist, Activist and Educator, holding a BA in Educational Theater from NYU, and a Sound and Music Integrated Practitioner Credential from the New York Open Center.  Her work includes co-founding the Akoma Newark Sister Circle, a network of women producing socially and politically relevant programming, and becoming regional leader for Outdoor Afro, a national organization celebrating and inspiring African American connections in nature. The previous Assistant Artistic Director for the Body Ecology Performance Ensemble, where she created and led Community Healing rituals and ritual performance in public spaces, Kelly currently is an Artist-in-Residence at Newark’s Gallery Aferro, facilitating healing space for young women of color.











When: Wed., September 6, 2017 at 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Where: New York Open Center
22 E. 30th St.
212-219-2527
Price: $15
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Celebrate the fullness of the fall with ritual artist Kelly GreenLight! In this time of transition from summer into autumn, we’ll honor this September full moon in silence, stillness, and thanksgiving. The Full Corn Moon teaches us to be diligent in our work and use all that we have to sustain ourselves. We’ll gather together in quiet gratefulness to acknowledge the resources around and within us.

Kelly ‘GreenLight’ Thomas is a Healing Artist, Activist and Educator, holding a BA in Educational Theater from NYU, and a Sound and Music Integrated Practitioner Credential from the New York Open Center.  Her work includes co-founding the Akoma Newark Sister Circle, a network of women producing socially and politically relevant programming, and becoming regional leader for Outdoor Afro, a national organization celebrating and inspiring African American connections in nature. The previous Assistant Artistic Director for the Body Ecology Performance Ensemble, where she created and led Community Healing rituals and ritual performance in public spaces, Kelly currently is an Artist-in-Residence at Newark’s Gallery Aferro, facilitating healing space for young women of color.