This retreat is an art-based dialogue based on creative prompts and somatic reflections about our experiences with, and conceptions of, how systems of oppression and white supremacy show up in our lives, and in our bodies.
El Chenier will guide us through Through loving kindness and expressive arts practices to “come home” to our own bodies and examine their own gender identities. In so doing, we will develop a deeper capacity to connect with non-binary folx, and with ourselves.
In this creative writing retreat, participants will craft evocative images and metaphors from memories and personal narratives. Participants will leave with a series of short pieces that can be used for further creative and scholarly development.
Free for ACMHE members: Dr. Yuria Celidwen invites us to come together into a shared experiential practice of empowerment for individuals, relationships, communities, and the planet by cultivating a sense of responsibility, adaptability, balance, purpose, and belonging.
Connect personal contemplative practice with collective action for climate justice through contemplative arts such as paperfolding as prayer; embodied poetry; deep listening; story circle; and qigong-infused somatics.
Dr. Oliver W. Hill, Jr. truly exemplified a contemplative mind in the many inspiring dimensions of his life. Join us online in a celebration of his memory through storytelling, music, meditation, and love!