NEWS AND ARTICLES

 

Djassi sat on a panel about Reclaiming Sensuality and what sexual agency means for women in healing and heightening their sexual selves in December 2018 at Ode To Babel in Brooklyn, NYC. Djassi has been writing and talking about the Divine Goddess, sexual liberation and exploration from the perspective of a fluid, female centered gaze for over 10 years and is currently developing a book and documentary project to contribute to the universal re-awakening of the Divine Feminine and Goddess culture.
 

Part of the visual album of Joan Baez' "Whistle Down the Wind," this cover of Joe Henry's "Civil War" was directed by New York University's Deborah Willis.

Djassi Choreographs and Performs in the video with former Alvin Ailey dancer, Kevin Boseman. Click on image to see the video as featured on SMITHSONIAN.COM !

 
After the reception for her choreography & performance in Joan Baez’s Civil War Video directed by Photographer Deborah Willis, Djassi is invited to perform her final graduate solo at NYU’s Campus  at Villa La Pietra in Florence, Italy for their Annual Series, Featuring several of the videos from baez’s visual album.  June 2018

After the reception for her choreography & performance in Joan Baez’s Civil War Video directed by Photographer Deborah Willis, Djassi is invited to perform her final graduate solo at NYU’s Campus at Villa La Pietra in Florence, Italy for their Annual Series, Featuring several of the videos from baez’s visual album. June 2018


DJASSI COMPLETING MINI DOCUMENTARY ABOUT ACOSTA DANZA

AFTER COMPLETING HER MFA IN DANC,E & TECHNOLOGY MFA, Djassi received a SPOTLIGHT  from Tisch Dance for her research work in Cuba as a Dance & Technology concentration.

Djassi did her Thesis research work in Cuba working with ACOSTA DANZA , in the mediums of photography, film and interviews . She plans to present her photography and mini-documentary in a solo show in Fall 2018.

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'THE TROVE" FEATURE

Follow up profile of Djassi in on-line magazine telling the stories of creatives.