WHAT TO DO WITH A BAD IDEA [take that and run with it, if you will] -with the UNDOING&DOING collective

[a 6-week online program; dates & times tba]


5/3/20 handwritten notes from DOING & UNDOING collective in a notebook; notes are nonlinear and connected by arrows, addressing intersections between making, activism, process, discourse, exclusion, language, etc.

Workshop Description:

Members of the UNDOING&DOING Collective will co-facilitate a workshop based on dialogue about concepts including social responsibility, resisting abstraction, and radical freedom. The workshop will blend the wildly different values and understandings of each facilitator, enabling and recruiting generative conflict as a resource along the way. So, the workshop will be an emergent process. We will approach physical-intellectual processes in a vehemently accessible framework. Each class may look quite different from the next, with the breath, voice, body, mind, imagination all participating in dialogue. No prior experience in any given form necessary. There will be choose-your-own-adventure modular options, both live and on-your-own-time. More info coming soon.

 


UNDOING&DOING is a collective of artists reconsidering our roles in the systems and institutions that define our work and our communities. We confront the conditioning we have inherited from the grant-speak of art institutions through intertwined somatic and discursive practices. By connecting feelingful movement practices to vulnerable conversation, we orient ourselves toward novel ways of communal support. We dare to wildly imagine new social landscapes, and to dive into the messy nature of that process. We value emergent creativity rooted in discovery through play, equally as much as we value envisioning and building a future together. Learn more HERE.
 

ALL ACCESS PRICING MODEL / PAY WHAT YOU CAN / COMPARISON COSTS:

Liminal Lab is committed to providing a source of income for our collaborators and facilitators in an increasingly precarious time for culture workers and educators. However, no one will ever be turned away for lack of fundsWe ask that those who can pay the suggested price, and/or help cover the cost of scholarship slots in each of our programs by sponsoring other participants. 

  • Compare the below to the cost for a similar accredited workshop in a university setting (where most of the $$$ goes to institutional bloat):  $1350  — we show you this so we can begin to think about wtf is happening in our institutions, where both students and faculty get the short end of the stick.
  • At a standard “Market Rate,” at arts orgs: $350*
  • Recommended Sliding Scale: $30-50/session → $180-300 for the series
  • Precarity Pricing: $10-20/session
  • Barter / Volunteer / No Cost Option Available 
  • Membership / Sponsorship: You may now become a member of Liminal Lab! Which allows you to support as well as participate in this and other programs. By becoming a member, you can also sponsor low or no fee participants in this workshop with a donation of any size.

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