MEMORY FLEET: Land Listening No.27th

MEMORY FLEET: Land Listening No.27th

Saturday, April 6, 2pm-3:30pm
Admission: Free.

Memory Fleet: A Return to Matr is inspired by the shared memories and lived stories of the Aunties and Matriarchs who have shaped Hearn’s life. The project celebrates their influence and impact throughout the North and South side communities of Houston braiding together oral histories with practices of adornment and care through movement and dance. 

Memory Fleet is created for the people and places that have mothered Jasmine. It is for all Black people who mother. The project began with Hearn’s return home and a solo performance, MEMORY KEEP(H)ER (2016), made with their grandmother, Claudette Nickens Johnson, to build an alternative archive for her stories as Johnson began to lose her ability to remember.

For direct inquiries to the artist about the project please email [email protected]. For press inquiries please email [email protected].


Outside of The Gregory School, The African American Library
1300 Victor St
Houston, TX 77019


Jasmine Hearn – They/Them was born and raised on occupied lands now known as Houston, TX. They studied dance with a multitude of teachers including their sister, cousins, aunties, teachers, and friends at family events, church, and at the Houston Metropolitan Dance Center Jasmine is an internationally touring interdisciplinary artist, director, choreographer, organizer, doula, performer, director, and a Rome Prize Fellow with Athena Kokoronis at the American Academy in Rome. Jasmine has also been awarded three Bessie Awards for Outstanding Performance (2017) with skeleton architecture, Outstanding Performance (2021), and Outstanding Production (2021) with the cast and crew of The Motherboard Suite.

Instagram: @jasminehearncollaborates
Instagram: @memory_fleet


Houston Met Dance.