Urban Weeds Guide to Border Crossing

Join us Sunday, August 13 (2:00 – 5:00pm) for another Collective Weed Improvisation Jam — Urban Weeds Guide to Border Crossing.

Help us unmap the neighborhood and trace multi-species migrations. Together we’ll engage in simple movement exercises and conversation, peering over man-made borders to discover the in-between spaces where weeds thrive. What’s growing behind the fence and walls that delineate the city? What can we learn about borders by looking at how weeds adapt and translate across territories? How can we move in response?

Every 2nd Sunday of the month, the dance floor of the EPA (Environmental Performance Agency) becomes a movement learning lab to cross-pollinate weedy practices. The Weeds are our mentors, guides and collaborators. Each jam is facilitated by a rotating roster of facilitators and occurs in our garden and inside the EPA studio space. All bodies are welcome, no experience necessary!

This workshop is co – facilitated by Catherine Grau and Christopher Kennedy @ EPA (1067 Pacific Street in Brooklyn) — Suggested Donation $10
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