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Space for Action

A series of free, public events in which community members will convene, collectively process, and move towards concrete action on issues at the heart of the climate crisis. The series will begin with a staged outdoor performance that weaves together storytelling, music, and art around a central sound installation that makes music with falling water, guiding the audience through three acts: Grief, Resilience, and Collective Action in response to the daunting reality of climate change. The performance will take place inside of an adaptable, large scale art piece that will transform into smaller open pavilions to house community-curated, sustainability-themed programming for two weeks following the performance. These will be spaces for people to further the dialogue and work initiated by the first event, creating “echoes” of the experience we hope to provide. All elements of this work will be free and open to the public. We welcome a diverse audience in order to bring as many voices to the conversation around sustainability as possible while centering the voices of BIPOC and those who are currently and have historically been underrepresented. Leading up to this event, Space for Action will produce a series of virtual events and online content, keeping in line with social distancing practices that are likely to persist into the fall. Details TBA.

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