Have you noticed that the world of kissing has diminished? Kissing can be a wonderful and intimate experience. In an age of instant popcorn, letâs slow down, lose the hurry and talk about kissing.
During the workshop participants will learn about the science, history and culture of kissing. We'll discuss what makes or breaks a kiss, and create a list of the top ten things that make a great kiss. Along the way youâll learn about some scientific research regarding kissing as well as some fun historical facts.
Marah Fellicce is an artist and activist living in New Jersey. Recent projects include an installation of living lawn furniture on Governors Island, and Performance Art with Project Porchlight. Her interdisciplinary approach to art, performance and craft has been featured in the Nonsense List, Red Bank Monitor, The Star Ledger, Edible Jersey and the TriCity News.
She is a featured lecturer @thekinkacademy, and has presented her kiss class to audiences in NJ, NY, MA, OH, LA, RI, VT. Her goal in 2010 is to publish a kiss-and-tell book on the subject. She has been a kiss expert since 2004!
People of all genders and sexual orientations are welcome at this workshop.
927 West 36th St (in the back of the building)
Baltimore, MD 21211
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|