Arts & Democracy Project, the Moving Stories Dance Project and New Voices
invite you to a weekend workshop:
Cultural Organizing for Community Recovery

This workshop provides a space where artists and organizers can learn effective ways
to deepen their work and strengthen capacity to use the tools of creativity, imagination
and organizing in community building.


Activities begin Friday dinner with an inspirational conversation among veteran cultural organizers such as Jawole Willa Jo Zollar (Urban Bush Women), John O'Neal and others,
and concludes Sunday with lunch. Registration is on a sliding scale: $50-$75.


Session leaders include Linda Parris-Bailey (Carpetbag Theatre), visual artist Ricardo Levins Morales, Tufara Muhammad Waller (Highlander Center), Stephanie McKee and Wendi O'Neal
(New Voices Fellows) and the Arts & Democracy team.

DATE: Friday night, February 18 until Sunday noon, February 20, 2011

LOCATION: New Orleans LA (various locations TBD)

+ PLUS +  

GULF COAST Networking Brunch

for activist artists, cultural workers and community organizers in the Gulf Coast

(you do not have to attend the workshop to come to the brunch) 

DATE: Sunday, February 20, 2011; 1-2:30 pm

LOCATION: New Orleans (site TBA)

RSVP for Networking Brunch here!



Registration limited; priority given to Gulf Coast artist/activist/organizers;
otherwise, first come, first served.

Questions? contact Kathie deNobriga


   "Threads" artwork by Joe Namy

Threads by Joe Namy