Free Printable 2023 Wheel of the Year
Because of you, I feel a conviviality and faith that I so urgently need. Who knows how many deaths and rebirths we will experience?
Join us for an experimental eco-therapy walk and meditation on sand, breath, loss, and imagination. Explore sand as a cultural force, as a source of magic and dreams, as a resource that is mined, and as a bridge between the singular and the infinite.
Therapeutic Edgelands Zine Club is a quarterly publication and experimental eco-therapy project. Each issue includes reader artwork and several "invitations" that encourage connection with nearby wilds, creative making, a slower circular sense of time and the development of eco-social healing practices. This is a slow, analog social media-- we go to the edgelands and share … Continue reading Therapeutic Edgelands Zine Club
Sunday March 20th, 4-6pm Join us in a ritual of collective daydreaming inspired by Octavia Butler's Parable of the Sower on the vernal equinox of 2022 Together we will tune our attention to the place and time we find ourselves suspended in the sonics of Apaixonar crafting daydreams with foraged plants, found objects and cut-up … Continue reading The Infinite Detail of This Place and Time
Restorying Agency is a self-guided tour that invites us to visit sites of reconnection between us and metro Detroit ecologies. Together we will hear trees speak, honor the traditions of Wahnabezee, visit an emergent garden that provides beyond capitalist relations, breathe with stone ancestors at the foot of the incinerator, consider how to practice interconnection within our daily lives and more.
Hey There Friends! Welcome to this season of rebirth, of the warming soil and highways of Detroit lined with explosions of yellow forsythia flowers. This summer Owólabi Aboyade, Planet Detroit, and I are co-creating a project that invites creative reflections and imaginings of metro Detroit’s social ecology. We will produce and commission several place-based art … Continue reading CALL FOR ART & STORIES
This essay was written on August 25th, 2020 The house shakes as a huge truck carrying parts and raw materials to an auto plant goes by. My whole body is aching with grief at the passing of my dog friend of 12 years, Banjo. Banjo and I had a really special relationship—we both loved exploring … Continue reading The Locality of Love: Digging a Grave for Banjo
https://www.youtube.com/embed/GN_E5i08KP8 Recently I produced a music video for a healing justice anthem from Detroit by my dear friend Will See, featuring Adela 'Noble Snows' Nieves Martinez Produced by Matthew Cross for Rise Like Lions Productions. The video premiered during the REMOooOTE Telepresence Healing Festival: From the North End to the Multiverse Winter Solstice Celebration produced … Continue reading Weak (love is)
The A.W.E. Society and Planet Detroit’s Detroiters Do Science Project are pleased to announce an open call for photos, artwork, writing, or surveys of sidewalk botany! The ecosystems nearby have always known how to make do, even in difficult circumstances — finding ways of thriving in a world of concrete and mowed lawns. Rebellious weeds persist and … Continue reading CALL FOR ART: LIFE IN THE CRACKS