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Art in Activism: politics, creativity + social change [GAPA]

This is an exploratory space for those interested in artistic activism and political change. We welcome discussion from all corners of the globe!Consider this a hub for all things related to art activism, political change, creative revolutions, artistic critique and the like! A safe space to post your findings, radical ideas, work, and much more.Please post in the spirit of the group and respect the fact that this is neither a marketplace nor an advertisement page. You can share links, photos, events, ideas, political artwork which you have created - but please, this is not the place to seek custom. Anything that we feel is irrelevant will be deleted. Posts are currently unmoderated and we'd like to keep it that way :) Thank you for respecting your fellow group members.---This group is moderated by the NGO the Global Arts and Politics Alliance (GAPA). Visit our Facebook page here! https://www.facebook.com/NGOGAPA/
Che Elisabeth
Che ElisabethSunday, November 26th, 2017 at 1:30pm
Beloved community! I'm so excited to share this labor of Love! Please spread the word <3 Cohort 2 of the Underground Railroad is finally OPEN! It's time to chart a path to freedom! Our ancestors have been boldly innovating, dreaming, and transforming in the midst of the most oppressive circumstances for centuries. We are a part of this legacy. Join the UNDERGROUND RAILROAD: Liberatory Coaching for Creative Radicals of Color, and reconnect with your innate power to embrace art as subversive activism, community as sustainable prosperity, and ritual as collective healing. This 7-month coaching program supports people-of-color in manifesting our vision for collective liberation! We have everything we need right where we are. We just need to reveal it. In this 7-month coaching cohort you will connect to the creative tools of your ancestors to live a more meaningful life, and bring about social change!
Enrollment NOW OPEN through Friday, December 15th!
Program Calendar: Orientation on December 16th, 2017-Juneteenth Celebration on June 2nd, 2018.
LEARN MORE HERE: http://che-art.life/underground-railroad/
AND if you are seeking to practice some radical ALLYSHIP, checkout our Reparations Reclamation fundraiser supporting QTGNC People-of-Color in accessing culturally-specific liberatory resources, ancestral healing, and coaching as together we build sustainable alternatives to systems of oppression! Practice Radical Allyship here: http://che-art.life/practicing-allyship/
Jane Purplevain
Jane PurplevainMonday, November 20th, 2017 at 6:26am
Jane Purplevain
One World In Dialogue
Join the first-ever worldwide online global ritual led by 25+ sacred activists, spiritual leaders, community builders, and transformative artists who offer meditation, prayer, song, and ceremony to bear witness to our unity in face of our divisions. This is #OneWorldBearingWitness. Dec. 2-3, 2017 Find out more here: http://oneworldbearingwitness.org Register for free here: https://bit.do/REGISTER-NOW
Steve Dahlberg
Steve DahlbergFriday, November 17th, 2017 at 6:18am
Hi Friends - Please consider submitting a proposal for an experiential creativity session for the Creative Problem Solving Institute, coming up June 19-24 in Buffalo, New York!

http://cpsiconference.com/submit-proposal/
Felicia Young
Felicia YoungFriday, November 17th, 2017 at 2:13am
ART, COMMUNITY & CLIMATE ACTION:
Thank you to Loisaida Inc. Center for hosting Earth Celebrations and Ecological City and to all the gardeners, community organizations, school representatives, artists, activists and residents that joined for the ECOLOGICAL CITY planning meeting sharing their myriad climate resiliency and ecological sustainability initiatives throughout the community gardens, neighborhood and waterfront on the Lower East Side of New York City.

Inspiring presentations were shared on green infrastructure and coastal resiliency including plans for bio-swales, water harvesting, pollinator/permaculture gardens, urban organic agriculture/farm to table cooking, green roofs, bee farming, solar/wind energy and design projects, composting, holistic wellness, water filtration/gray-water recycling, plastic free zones/bio-desgradable packaging, zero waste lifestyles, carbon pricing and sustainable steward rewards. All these projects are in the process of being designed, developed and implemented throughout the neighborhood.

Looking forward to the creative engagement developing artistic works exploring these climate resiliency and ecological sustainability solutions, connecting local efforts with city and global climate challenges.

For more information to join and participate:
FB message: Earth Celebrations-Ecological and Social Change through the Arts
http://earthcelebrations.com/ecological-city-project/
Kira Carrillo Corser
Kira Carrillo CorserMonday, November 13th, 2017 at 5:34pm
Silk as a Voice for Artists and Social Change- Iraqi families, Immigrant families, Black Lives Youth in CA worked with me
Kira Carrillo Corser
Silk as a Voice: The Art of Kira Carrillo Corser
For over 20 years I have painted on silk, and more recently in the last 5 years projected video onto my 8 and 10 foot silks. I love the way that silk glows w...
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