Move Slowly: Dreamseeds
- United States
- Baltimore, MD
- Move Slowly: Dreamseeds
Dreamseeds is a space to honor our visions for the future.
About the exhibition: Move Slowly: Dreamseeds is on view at Gallery CA, at 440 E Oliver St, from October 21-November 18. Move Slowly: Dreamseeds is a visionary exhibition and community healing space, co-created by Hannah Brancato and Sanahara Ama Chandra. This community healing space and art exhibit features visual and sound “portraits” of five anti-sexual violence activists: Ignacio Rivera, Jadel
ynn St Dre, Alexis Flanagan, Sanahara Ama Chandra, and Nuala Cabral; and workshop participants from a series of five community workshops in Baltimore. These pieces create a heart filling homage to those who are dreaming and fighting their way into freedom, and a roadmap to help us head in that direction. Co-created by Sanahara Ama Chandra and Hannah Brancato, we started from a place of understanding that, from all of our individual and collective experiences ranging from our points of pain to our points of bliss, we have inside of us sparks of ideas that are the seeds with which we can co-create a new world.
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The final opportunity to experience the Dreamseeds exhibition, organized and created by Sanahara Ama Chandra and Hannah Brancato at GALLERY CA, is this coming Friday, November 18, 4-7:00p!
Register for Planting Our Dreams here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/453288948447
Join Sanahara Ama Chandra from 4-5:30 for a holistic healing clinic, and join Christina Marsh from 5:30-7 for Planting your Dreams. Planting Your Dreams with Christina Marsh is a clay and seed workshop; please dress comfortably, since we will be working with clay. Together, we will spend time centering and grounding to plant the seeds we want to bring to fruition.
Thank you to Vivian Marie Doering Photography for the wonderful documentation!
***Tomorrows workshop has been POSTPONED, due to a positive COVID test and abundance of caution. We are so sorry! ****
The rescheduled workshop will be: Friday, November 18, 4-7:00p
Join Sanahara Ama Chandra from 4-5:30 for a holistic healing clinic, and join Christina Marsh from 5:30-7 for Planting your Dreams.
Register and get updates here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dreamseeds-workshop-planting-your-dreams-with-christina-marsh-tickets-453288948447
Planting Your Dreams with Christina Marsh is a clay and seed workshop; please dress comfortably, since we will be working with clay. Together, we will spend time centering and grounding to plant the seeds we want to bring to fruition.
Join us this week for more opportunities to be part of the Move Slowly: Dreamseeds exhibition at GALLERY CA.
TONIGHT (Tuesday), 5-7p: dreamseeds: full moon circle. Join Keeper of the Red Moon Lodge and Priestess of The Risen Heart Sanahara Ama Chandra as we convene for the Ta**us Full Moon Lunar Eclipse. This is a time to claim our power as we let go of what no longer serves.
TOMORROW (Wednesday), 5-7p: Join Hannah Brancato for Community Papermaking. ALL are welcome! Learn to make paper and take your work with you, or add it to the growing installation of visions in the gallery.
SATURDAY, 10-12p: Dreamseeds Workshop: Planting Your Dreams with Christina Marsh. In this workshop, you'll have a chance to get your hands moving with clay, as a practice of grounding to plant the seeds we want to grow. Sanahara Ama Chandra will lead sound healing as part of Saturday's gathering!
Here are a few photos from our most recent workshop with Dirk Joseph. Each gathering is so beautiful. We hope you'll come and be part of this!
Here, Jadelynn St Dre speaks about the power of moving out of language and into our bodies, as part of the work of, as Grace Lee Boggs said, "Transforming ourselves to transform the world," in her interview for the Move Slowly series. Come out later today to hear more about the necessity of art in building new visions and new worlds, from Jadelynn alongside Ignacio Rivera, Alexis Flanagan, Nuala Cabral, Ama Chandra, and Hannah Brancato. The reception is 5-6:30 at GALLERY CA, and join us there or online for the panel discussion at 6:30.
Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/453017556707
Jadelynn St Dre is a facilitator, trauma therapist and interdisciplinary performance artist, based out of Durham, NC and the Bay Area, CA. She has worked within the antiviolence movement for over a decade, seeking to uplift the voices of those often forgotten or silenced within the mainstream movement. Jadelynn’s original and collaborative artistic work has been shown nationally, internationally and in print, most recently in the anthology This is Not A Gun. Jadelynn has rooted her heart in community organizing. She was the co-founder and lead coordinator of DISCLOSE, a q***r collective of artists and educators committed to organizing arts-based community engagement in the eradication of sexual violence. Nationally, she organized as part of the Leadership Team of The Monument Quilt. More information about Jadelynn’s work can be found at www.jadelynnstdre.com
Join us TOMORROW to hear more about Nuala Cabral's vision for how we can build a safer world for q***r Black girls. Be part of the conversation between her and Ignacio G. Hutía Xeiti Rivera, Ama Chandra, Alexis Flanagan, Hannah Brancato and Jadelynn St Dre. The Dreamseeds Celebration: Panel and Gallery Reception begins at 5 at GALLERY CA for a gallery reception, then the panel is both on zoom and in person at 6:30p.
Register and get the event details right here! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/453017556707
More about Nuala: Nuala Cabral (she/her) is an educator, activist and award-winning filmmaker, who has produced films about gender based violence and helped young people create films about the topic as well. Her film Walking Home, about street harassment, became her entry point to activism and organizing over a decade ago. While earning a Master’s degree in Media Studies and Production from Temple University in 2010, Nuala co-founded FAAN Mail (Fostering Activism & Alternatives Now!) a media literacy/activist project formed by women of color to address gender-based violence in media and in our communities. In 2015, Nuala established the consent workshop program through the University Community Collaborative at Temple University, reaching over 3,000 high school students across Philadelphia. This program was inspired by a film her high school students, young Black women, produced about sexual violence. In 2019, she co-founded Educators for Consent Culture, a collective that works to combat r**e culture in schools and beyond through edcuation and advocacy. Currently, Nuala serves as Program Officer for the Independence Public Media Foundation.
Sanahara Ama Chandra - Move Slowly and DREAMS
Ama Chandra is the co-creator of Dreamseeds. In her Move Slowly interview, she talked about the power of telling new stories and how essential it is to MAKE SPACE FOR DREAMS.
Join us to be in conversation with Ama and the rest of the Move Slowly crew, TOMORROW, Thursday November 3, for the Dreamseeds Celebration: Panel and Gallery Reception, GALLERY CA or zoom.
5-6:30 Gallery Reception and 6:30-7:30 for the panel discussion.
RSVP and get the details here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/453017556707
Alexis Flanagan - Move Slowly
Alexis Flanagan is one of the INCREDIBLE, inspiring and visionary anti-sexual violence activists that is part of the Move Slowly series. Come out to GALLERY CA on Thursday for Dreamseeds Celebration: Panel and Gallery Reception to hear from her and the rest of the group, as we discuss the value of making space for imagining the future. We will be in the gallery from 5-6:30 for a reception, and the panel will begin at 6:30, in person or on zoom!
Register now for the zoom link and updates: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/453017556707
Alexis Flanagan is a q***r Black feminist DC girl whose heart pumps to the beat of “the Pocket” that holds down DC go-go music and culture. She is a cultural worker, writer, artist, ancestral healer, worldbuilder, and generational arc mender making a life rooted in care and thriving with her partner Marquita and fury baby Boss in Bowie, Maryland. Alexis was a K-12 educator for 6 years and led programs and organizations working to end gender based violence for more than a decade. She was Movement Maker in the NoVo Foundation's Move to End Violence project and since 2017 has dedicated herself to deepening practice and embodiment of radical imagination, a culture of care, collaborative governance, liberation and transformation in her life and in her current role as co-director of the Resonance Network.
Join us for a series of upcoming workshop at the Dreamseeds Exhibition, starting tonight! - https://mailchi.mp/36ac7bfbb51e/dreamseeds
Opening Night of Move Slowly: Dreamseeds
Welcome to the sharing of the vision! October 21, 2022. Giving thanks to all the community support to birth this collection of hope. This is our harvest and we give thanks to all who have supported us.
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