Becoming Turquoise: Intergenerational Accountability Mon and Tues July 24 & 25 3-6pm Eastern
This intensive is designed for those of us who are ready to deepen the practice of dedicated art-making, intellectual work, activist work and community building. Who is your work dedicated to? If your work is accountable to multiple generations, how do you generate practice, measures and resources that sustain that work in the moment? Based on “Xuihatl: Becoming Turquoise” a poem by Alexis Pauline Gumbs in Imaniman (a recent anthology of poetry in honor of Gloria Anzaldua), this intensive is for old souls and young elders whose work would not be imaginable without deep relationships of longing and accountability to the very old and the very young, the dead and the not yet born. We will use individual and collective poetry, stone and crystal work and meditation and conversation to deepen and resource our intergenerational work. The course is limited to 9 participants.
Reserve your spot with your $50 deposit towards the sliding scale ($150-250) fee here, and email firstname.lastname@example.org with your intentions for the course by July 21st.