MOTHER NURTURE: a Collaborative Sculpture and Storytelling Event Celebrating Interspecies Relations
The Arts, Cultures, and Design of Remediation DHI Transcollege Research Cluster and the International House Davis co-present: MOTHER NURTURE: a Collaborative Sculpture and Storytelling Event Celebrating Interspecies Relations May 8-9, 2021 on the I-House Outdoor Terrace (10 College Park, Davis, CA 95616)
Participate in a social sculpture activity on Mother’s Day weekend to honor mothering in its expansive capacity – as a verb that can nurture healing, transformation, remediation, and regeneration. We invite you to cultivate the best mother in yourself!!
Saturday May 8
- 1-4pm: Social Sculpture Co-Creation. Join in the process of creating the social sculpture; bring materials or add materials provided.
- 8-10pm: Ritual Moonlight Performance. Through this ritual performance we honor the many mothers – human, animal, vegetal, mineral, and elemental – who animate us.
Sunday May 9
- 1-4pm: Music, Storytelling, Open Mic, Participatory Activities. Sign up to share a story on mothers/mothering at tinyurl.com/
January Climate Movie Circle: “Eating Our Way to Extinction” (online) NEWS FLASH! We’ll start the discussion with a Q&A session with the film’s lead scientist Gerard Bisshop coming to us from #Sydney, Austrailia.
January Climate Movie Circle: "Eating Our Way to Extinction" (online) - Cool Davis
Discussion Sunday, January 15, 1:30 to 3:00pm Online via Zoom