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Sunday, September 23 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Social Permaculture Playshop: Clowning Theory and Praxis for Earth Activists

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Let’s play: tap into the wisdom of your body as a force for activist self-care and cultural critique.

You’ve heard that these times are dire and urgent, right? So isn’t it time we had some fun? Back due to popular demand, this hands- hearts- and bodies-on workshop returns for the second year to explore play and sacred clowning as tools for social permaculture. Endless urgency and intellectual seriousness are symptoms of a mechanistic, burn-out activist culture. Social sustainability requires different skills than those practiced within the Western capitalist paradigm. Forget those creepy clowns from childhood nightmares – come learn how to use the craft of clowning and play to bring life and joy into our movements. Play facilitates honest cultural critique and creates space for creative alternatives. And, it’s very fun. Notes: No experience necessary. Come especially if you have no experience.

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Annie-Rose London

Interplay, Yes! World, Berrett-Koehler Foundation, East Bay Moishe House
Annie-Rose London is a social artist who seeks to create raucous experiences of joy and pleasure to counteract systems of oppressive mind control. She draws together the fields of ecological design, community arts, and social justice through facilitation and performance. She has called... Read More →



Sunday September 23, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
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