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The Future of Creative Expression as Civic Duty

  • The Evergreen State College pin First Peoples Multicultural, Trans, and Queer Support Services Olympia, WA 98505 (map)

Please come scent free and bring a journal to this workshop.What if creativity wasn’t thought of as a superfluous, self indulgent practice, but instead, your civic duty to society? How do we imagine a future where we are creating, as citizen artists? This dreaming on the same scale that capitalism is functioning to destroy art, makes our future.

We’re innately connected to the natural rhythms of the earth and sky. As children we had a more visceral experience of that connection. In this workshop we will do meditation and journaling exercises to collaborate with the earth for a collective dream of the future. This opens the doors to understanding how our creative expression is integral to justice, liberation and healing the earth.

This work is inspired by the work of Ira Progoff and learnings from Marilyn Frasca (former TESC faculty) and Lynda Barry (TESC alumni) who Rebekah Erev has studied with.

Please note: This workshop is for ANYONE, self-identified artists and non-identified artists alike!


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