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The Anger Project

The Anger Project

The Anger Project investigates the multiplicitous layers of anger and the ways it manifests in the body, researches deeply ingrained and policed societal conformities intended to suppress and control anger and works towards healing these wounds through movement explorations, embodiment activities and conversation. For the last few years the Anger Project has been engaged in the Research & Development Phase.

During this phase the Anger Project hosted a combination of on-line and in-person gatherings. During workshops we danced, sang, painted, screamed, drew, wrote, played, smashed things, and engaged in a series of embodiment activities designed to bring us into deeper relationship with ourselves. By invitation only, safety, anonymity and privacy are paramount to this work. Gatherings were small, by invitation only and sessions were not recorded.


Grant funding through Arizona Commission on the Arts and The Arts Foundation for Tucson and Southern Arizona are making possible the transition from private to public. This year into next, the Anger Project will be working with participants who want to be seen and heard. A performance event is schedule for May/June 2024 (date TBD).

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Photo taken by: Rachel Marie Photography

Research and development support for 2022 was provided by the Arizona Commission on the Arts with funding from the Newton and Betty Rosenzweig Fund for the Arts, an endowment held at the Arizona Community Foundation. Through this public-philanthropic collaboration, the Arts Commission and ACF aim to increase strategic investments in artists, supporting the work they do as innovators and creative contributors to Arizona’s future.

“This project is supported in part by the Arizona Commission on the Arts which receives support from the State of Arizona and the National Endowment for the Arts.”

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