IRL Art Camp is a week-long, in person, safe gathering of VR Art Camp’s Artists and Friends in nature, in the Bicentennial Campground near Headlands. It is rooted in the virtual communal efforts of the different cohorts. We aim to facilitate the collective embodiment of these virtually lived experiences with the social aspects of virtual reality.
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28th of November, Sunday, 4 - 8 pm
>> WELCOME <<
4 pm - Annie Albagli opens the IRL Art Camp with her shofar
4:30 - 5:30 pm - nkiruka oparah - “Dream Workshop”
6 pm - Campfire Session: Hannah Waiters - “Walking an Aporia”
All IRL Art Camp events are NOTAFLOF. Your generous donations support the participating
artists. We will keep you informed if any change occurs in the schedule.
>> DREAM WORKSHOP WITH NKIRU <<
Using repetition, drawing, and writing, this session will explore how we can decode our dreams to illuminate non-linear possibilities, future & ancestral knowledge, and map inner landscapes to view/question our patterns. Nkiruka (they/them) will share practical tools for sustaining a dream practice, as well as plants/herbs that can support us in recentering and being at home in our bodies.
>> WALKING AN APORIA WITH HANNAH <<
How is it that we come to find our home in a world that displaces marginalized memories about local landscapes surrounding and informing new dimensions of narrative possibility under glass?
>> SAFETY <<
Campfire Sessions and all outdoor activities follow the National Park Service health guidelines: https://www.nps.gov/aboutus/news/public-health-update.htm
>> CAMPING <<
Please reach out if you plan to pitch a tent: email@example.com
ALL INFORMATION HERE: https://www.nps.gov/goga/planyourvisit/camping.htm
Conzelman Road, Marin Headlands
Sausalito, CA 94965
We‘ll have an alternative option for camp fires: a portable, propane fire pit making sure that we are respectfully cozy and warm. Sadly, no pets or car camping is allowed.
>> ADA Information <<
Bicentennial Campground is not accessible by car. While the campground itself is flat, there is a steep 300 yard walk down to the campground. Wheelchair access is limited, as there are no paved areas in the campground.
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