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Navigating Connections

November 1, November 15, November 29, December 13 at 8:00-10:00pm

Navigating Connections is a series of collaborative conversations with artists and facilitators, led by Camila Salcedo and denirée isabel, with a focus on identifying, naming, and exploring individual and collective responses to, and relationships with, emotions. The discussions will culminate in an online, visual encyclopedic resource of emotions. As described by Camila and denirée, “Through discussing our emotional intelligence together, we will create an ongoing network of community organizers, better equipping ourselves to support each other.”

 

About the Facilitators
denirée isabel is an artist, writer, and dreamer. Using her textile background to employ large scale installation, performance, and participatory/community art. Navigating the sticky terrains of emotionality and presence, she creates spaces (physically and symbolically) that prioritizes sharing and healing, while upholding an ethos of experimentation, curiosity, and care.

Camila Salcedo is an independent curator, community organizer and interdisciplinary artist working primarily in digital art, performance art and textiles. She is an inquisitive maker, constantly attempting to unlearn, question, and dismantle systems and institutions that were created to define us such as nations, identity, gender, politics, home, and migration.

 

How to Participate
This series will take place online via Zoom but space is limited and advanced registration is required. If you would like to participate, please indicate your interest here by October 16; the facilitators will review all expressions of interest. In the case that there is more interest than the series has space for, the facilitators will select a group of participants. More information will be shared with registered participants via email in advance of the series.

 

Date

Sunday, November 1, 2020
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Time

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8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location

Online
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