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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>> 2nd of December, Thursday <<
Daytime - Shaping the collaborative performance with pebbling, tree yoga and tent flying together with Annie and Judit. Come and join us!
2- 4 pm: Explorations with Lia Sutton //
“Tangential Involvement” - collaborative improvisational drawing and
"Feel Flora Treatise" collaborative, proprioceptive exploration of the natural world together
5 pm: Alicia Escott - "Wildflower Workshop"
A workshop growing native wildflower “sculptures” out of a reclaimed plastic packages. These living sculptures will become habitat for native pollinators over the course of spring. Execution of this project is easy and will be accompanied by a facilitated participatory conversation about the life that can arise out of death and decay and the opportunity for positive change that can come out of small apocalypses.
This workshop asks the questions:
What are some of your reflections on the last cycle, the last year?
Right around this time last year we all went inward, what do you think has come of that?
What have you lost this year that can be buried in the soil like a seed for the future?
Thinking about how we are inside the emergency, buried in the soil. What do you think will emerge?
Will what emerges be flower or fungus, where are we in the spectrum of decay and rebirth?
What do we prioritize?
Are you hopeful for the future?
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.
>> 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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