The Gifts of Gathering!

We are in a time of harvest. Our community space has filled with people sharing creative practices and ecological knowledge. 

Thirty five dancers recently gathered for a weekend to practice contact improvisation and enjoy the land. We had a wonderful kalimba workshop with our friends from Dance of Hope

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— Upcoming Programs —

Free the Moving Body

Monday classes
(in Oct 
only) 6 – 7:30 

Get your weekly reset within this dance class led by Tevyn East. We focus on restorative movement that helps us release tension and build strength and mobility. Learn more and get a discount by registering online.

West African Drumming
Thursdays 6 – 7:30

Learn the traditions and techniques of specific rhythms. This fall, students are learning Moribayasa, a song and dance from the Malinke people, in service to womens’ greatest hopes being realized. Drums provided, or bring your own. Join anytime, ages 13 and up.

Contact Improvisation 
Workshop Nov 3rd,
7 – 9 pm 

Develop skills with this practice of sharing weight and exploring movement as a dialogue between bodies. Led by Cinthia Pérez Navarro, a member of the Chicken Bank Collective, who teaches CI internationally.  

Memories & Murmurations
Nov 4th, 5 pm till late

A dance performance on the land, potluck meal, and community ritual. The Chicken Bank Collective, comprised of artists from the US and Mexico will illuminate the practices of Día de los Muertos, and co-lead our annual ‘Ritual of Remembrance”, where all are invited share stories of those who have passed. Reserve your space.

Conflict as 
Renewable Energy 

Dec 2nd and 3rd

Conflict happens!  In many ways, the only way we build trust in community is through conflict, through how we repair when we rupture. Join this workshop by Jonathan McRay (2nd day is optional) and build practices to engage conflict in healthy ways:  Learn more and Register now!

Fall Masquerade Ball

So sorry to change course, but this fall is overstuffed! Instead, visit our small town’s Hilltop Fall Festival, on Oct 7th!

I am so grateful to that you are keeping us on your radar. Our efforts are fed by your positive energy, support, and camaraderie. Stay tuned for more updates as we turn through the wheel of the year. 
Blessings on your journey into these lengthening nights.

Tevyn East

Executive Director
Dreaming Stone Arts and Ecology Center

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