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November 2020 Workshop by collective.aporia

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In this workshop hosted by collective.aporia, we will explore globalization and the effect it has on our communities - new technology in the time of Covid and what it means to create our communities and find our places in this time and place in history. We will do this through photography and other visual art as well as poetry, prose, and hybrid forms of writing.

The main goal of this workshop is to allow us to bring about a sense of agency in this time where it may feel as if we have no control, to remind us to keep playing and keep creating, no matter what the canvas looks like. In the process, we may find a whole new type of community and sense of place in this course.

Materials needed:

  • Any kind of camera; cell phones are appropriate
  • Other visual art materials as desired - paint, ink, pastels, charcoal, pencils, markers, crayons, and paper/canvas, etc
  • Notebook, pen, digital device

About the facilitator: 

June Lucarotti MFA, CYT is an interdisciplinary book coach & editor who infuses yoga, meditation, recovery facilitation, & creative writing exercises into the Birth Your Book online course as well as empowering retreats, youth camps, & private editing. June has a BA in Social Welfare from UC Berkeley, an MFA in Writing & Poetics from Buddhist-inspired Naropa University & a yoga teaching certification from Soul Tree. June has facilitated writing and meditation workshops for over 15 years at CU’s Wesley Foundation, Glide Foundation, UC Berkeley, Community College of San Francisco, Front Range Community College, Oakland Unified High Schools, Naropa University, Suitcase Clinic, the Women’s Day-Time Drop-In Center, Originateve, the Boulder Writer's Warehouse, Soul Tree Yoga, Love Shovel Ranch, the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, Costa Rica’s Aventuras Naturales, the Boulder Valley School District & more. June facilitates in both Spanish & English. 

Logistics:

  • Workshops consist of one video per week for each week in the month. Videos are 45-60 minutes long, and are shared on a private YouTube account.
  • Class discussions are held via Slack.
  • All readings, creative prompts, and shared artwork will be exchanged via a private Google Drive folder.
  • All workshops are designed for you. Dedicate as much or as little time to the workshop per week as you'd like.
  • This workshop is taught in English, but collective.aporia offers subtitles for the workshop videos in over 60 languages. If you have questions about language accommodations, please feel free to email us at collective.aporia@gmail.com. 

 

[Image credit: "Next Dimension" by h.koppdelaney is licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0]

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November 1-30
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Donation based

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collective.aporia@gmail.com

Open Call- Paid Workshop Facilitator

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Hello,

We hope you have been well and are finding moments of joy in the craziness of these times <3

Collective.aporia is currently seeking facilitatators for our 2021 online workshops: 

What is collective.aporia?

Collective.aporia is an international, online arts collective focused on fostering radical peace and creativity through accessible arts workshops, *apo-press, and professional development support. We began our journey in August 2019, and have already seen substantial growth, including fully-booked workshops, an increase in global followers, and the ability to expand our reach in the community, such as with our Innisfree Workshop Series. You can read more about our mission in our manifesto.  

 

What would facilitating a workshop entail?

Our workshops are a month long and require the facilitator to record four 45-60 minute videos (one video per week). We also ask that you be available for at least one round of feedback for the participants, as well as help facilitate discussion on the designated Slack channel at least once a week. The topic of the workshop can be about anything you are interested in, as long as it aligns with collective.aporia’s overall mission for inclusivity, creativity, and accessibility. 

In addition to the four videos, you will be asked for the following: 

  • A promotional video (less than 2 minutes) introducing yourself and the workshop
  • A workshop description, including goals, materials needed, the amount of participants you would like, etc. 
  • Your photo and bio
  • A marketing image with a CC license. If you cannot find one you like, we are happy to provide you with options. 
  • A required debrief/feedback meeting at the end of the workshop

Collective.aporia will take care of all the marketing and promotion for the workshop, but we do encourage you to share the posts on your own social media platforms. 

 

Will I be paid?

YES! One of the main goals of collective.aporia is to actually pay artists for their work. That being said, we operate as a small nonprofit, meaning we survive on donations. All donations given by your workshop participants will be split with you 50/50 in a co-op model. Our 50% goes back into the collective to pay for marketing and operation expenses, as all of the collective.aporia team works on a volunteer basis. You will receive your stipend after the debrief/feedback meeting at the end of the workshop. 

 

Where do I sign up?

If you would like to facilitate a workshop, please send the following details to collective.aporia@gmail.com with the subject "Workshop Proposal":

  • A short (2-4 paragraphs) proposal explaining the idea for your workshop, how you will engage participants working with different art mediums, and at least 2 overall goals. Please also inlclude how your workshop relates to collective.aporia's overall mission. 
  • A short explanation of your prior teaching experience and pedagogical values. It is okay if you have never formally taught before. Explain the experiences that you believe have prepared you for leading a workshop. 
  • A short bio.

Thank you again for your interest. We are sending lots of love and magic your way. 

 

Sincerely, 

 

collective.aporia

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One Month
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Donation-based

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collective.aporia@gmail.com 

CUERPX POLÍTICO – CUERPX RITUAL CON MARINA BARSY JANER X ISIL SOL VIL

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FECHAS Y HORARIOS

LOS SÁBADOS Y DOMINGOS DEL 31 DE OCTUBRE AL 6 DE DICIEMBRE 2020

31 oct-1nov: 16h-20h
7-8 nov: 16h-20h
(14-15 nov: no nos reunimos)
21-22nov: sábado 16h-20 / domingo 10h-14h
28-29 nov: sábado 16h-20 / domingo 10h-14h
5-6 dic: sábado 17h-21h / domingo 10h-14h

40H DE TALLER

INSCRIPCIONES e INFORMACIÓN

espai@materic.org

abiertas hasta el 26 de octubre 2020

TODA LA INFORMACIÓN >>>>

Este curso de performance se enfoca en la re-politización de nuestrxs cuerpxs a través de un empoderamiento holístico de nuestro Ser en el mundo. A través de ejercicios específicos de autoconocimiento e intuición individual-comunal, trabajaremos estados alterados del ser que develarán la política de lxs cuerpxs dentro de una comunidad efímera. Dentro de esta investigación continua se crearán acciones individuales y colectivas en espacios públicos e íntimos. Al final del curso lxs participantes tendrán conocimiento sobre distintas teorías políticas de lxs cuerpxs desde donde accionar y habrán generado las herramientas para desarrollar intervenciones de performance en distintos espacios.
Durante el curso compartiremos lo que definimos como AmOr Subversivo x Cuidados eXtremos. Desde una visión descolonial se trabajarán otros modelos de relación (entre humanos, el espacio, el tiempo, la naturaleza y los objetos). En esta práctica buscamos la recuperación de saberes de la cuerpa que han sido silenciados u oprimidos, ante la fuerza de un capitalismo salvaje y colonial que fabrica el cuerpo del trabajador-consumidor. Nos enfocamos en la magia cotidiana y la energía existente en nuestras corporalidades. La relación con la materia, con el espacio y con lxs demás se desarrolla como diálogo horizontal a través de un proceso de hipersensibilidad y escucha extrema. El re-aprender esta manera de vivir, crear y relacionarnos como acto político es el inicial enfoque de este curso. Desde la realidad ritual del tiempo-espacio-cuerpx se explora la potencialidad de las acciones y sus efectos (físicos, psíquicos, energéticos, sociales) en lxs que accionan y en sus alrededores. Se estudian los condicionamientos sociales (género, raza, clase, etc.) que habitan nuestrxs cuerpxs para trabajar a partir de éstxs la performatividad.
Los conceptos y teorías políticas de lxs cuerpxs a ser exploradas serán tanto discutidas con textos y obras de artistas, como vivenciadas a través de lxs cuerpxs de lxs participantes mediante los ejercicios propuestos. El curso desarrolla exploraciones corposensoriales a través de ejercicios e intervenciones en espacios públicos y privados. Se trabajará tanto de manera individual como de manera colectiva, cuestionando y repensando ambos términos. Se desarrollará un proyecto performático continuo desde la exploración corposensorial de cada individuo y la comunidad creada en el curso.

Dirigido a todas aquellas personas mayores de edad interesadas en el arte de la performance o arte de acción

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Monday, October 26, 2020 - 23:30
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Barcelona

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espai@materic.org

RAISE YOUR VOICE: A writing workshop with Angela Jackson-Brown and Sue Brannan Walker

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RAISE YOUR VOICE: A writing workshop with Angela Jackson-Brown and Sue Brannan Walker
Application Deadline: Thursday, October 15th, 2020

The Artists’ Sanctum is pleased to present the first in a series of bi-annual workshops which aim to cultivate creative solutions for today's problems. 

Raise Your Voice is a writing workshop designed to introduce young people to writing as a tool for social justice and self-expression. Nationally renowned poets and educators, Angela Jackson-Brown and Dr. Sue Brannan Walker will share their experience and knowledge with a community of high school writers selected by The Artists’ Sanctum board. 

Great writers from Shakespeare and Orwell to Audre Lorde have inspired societies to rethink their values and shift the course of history. We at the Artists’ Sanctum, believe that by nurturing creative expression in young people, we can help to build a better future.

Angela Jackson-Brown and Sue Brannan Walker, will guide participants through a series of exercises specially conceived to awaken their creative writing muscle and apply it to social justice. Both writers have decades of experience in writing, publishing, and teaching, and are uniquely primed to guide young voices. 

During the 4 hour workshop, Angela Jackson-Brown and Sue Brannan Walker will introduce participants to the concepts behind socially-conscious writing. They will guide them through writing exercises, a “free writing” session, and offer opportunities to both share their work with peers and receive one-on-one feedback. A selection of poems produced during the workshop will be published on The Artists’ Sanctum website. 


Structure:
Date: Friday, November 6th (11/6/2020), 12 pm - 5 pm ET
Participants: 5-10 young writers ages 18-21

  • 12-12:30 pm ET: What does it mean to be a literary activist? Writing as a tool for social justice and self-expression
  • 12:30-1:30 pm ET: Writing Workshop - let’s generate ideas
  • 1:30-1:45pm ET: Break
  • 1:45-2:45 pm ET: Free Writing - Turn your ideas into poems & stories
  • 3:00-4:00 pm ET: Share Your Works - raise your voice

 

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Application Deadline: Thursday, October 15th, 2020

Please submit the following by email to connect@artistssanctum.org: 

  • 250-500 word writing sample: 1 to 3 poems, a short fiction, nonfiction, or essay
  • 250-500 word letter: Tell us about yourself, your interest in writing, and why you would like to participate

Participants will be notified by Thursday, October 22nd, 2020

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4 hours
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Thursday, October 15, 2020 -
12:00 to 16:00
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Free
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Age 18-21
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The Artists' Sanctum
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connect@artistssanctum.org

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STUDIOBOOK {ONLINE}

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Starting this September, STUDIOBOOK {ONLINE} is a new eight-week short course for artists based around the UK, led by Mark Devereux Projects. Practical, discursive and tailored to every participant, each workshop will address key aspects of developing your creative practice.

Made up of twelve, 2-hour workshops and two, 1-hour one-to-one mentoring sessions, STUDIOBOOK {ONLINE} will address the participating artists’ key questions and concerns; providing information, advice and guidance alongside open discussions and peer-to-peer sharing.

Marking the return of our successful STUDIOBOOK artist development programmes from 2015/16 & 2017, we’ve made some changes to ensure our work is more accessible following the recent impacts of COVID-19. We’ve simplified the way we are operating and transferring this year’s programme to be produced completely online. We hope this will widen our reach to those artists that may have parental, caring or other work commitments that would affect physical attendance.

The full cost for the programme is £380, with payment options available to spread the cost of the workshops across 1-3 months.

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September - October 2020
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£380

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Mark at mark@markdevereuxprojects.com

Dancewave Arts Educator Training: Holistic Approaches to Experiential Learning

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Tuesday, August 25, 5:00-7:00pm EDT

$30 | Register by August 10 for 50% OFF admission!

 

Applicable to recent graduates, educators, professionals and organizers seeking innovative techniques for connecting with their audience through movement, Dancewave’s 2020 Arts Educator training focuses on cultivating racial equity in the classroom with arts and social justice advocate David King.

 

Each year, Dancewave creates a space where educators can share in an evolving conversation about embodied learning through dance, the arts, and holistic approaches to community building in the classroom. Participants learn how to integrate best practices into their teaching, including restorative movement exercises, supportive classroom management skills, promoting racial equity and wellness, social-emotional learning, and facilitating effective and affirmative feedback.

 

Dancewave seeks to ignite a passion within educators to make real social change through experiential learning and dance for students of all ages. Visit dancewave.org/educator-training for registration and details.

 

Video overview of our training: https://vimeo.com/442471552

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2 Hours
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Tuesday, August 25, 2020 -
17:00 to 19:00
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$30 | Register by August 10 for 50% OFF admission!Upon Request

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182 4th Avenue

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