Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Superflux Event December 8: WHO'S IN?

Bring your partners, bring your team, bring your friends, bring your students -- bring yourself!

Michele Kotler and Amy Chase Gulden are bringing their OBSERVING AND EXPLORING IN WORDS AND IMAGES… SKETCHBOOKS & WRITERS NOTEBOOKS workshop/ exploration to the Superflux Collective in a ONE-TIME-ONLY and absolutely FREE exclusive at Marymount Manhattan College.


Date: Tuesday, December 8
Time: 2pm to 5:45pm
Location: The Regina Peruggi Room at Marymount Manhattan College
Address: 221 East 71st Street (between 2nd & 3rd avenues)
Cost: FREE! Superflux Collective is a gift-economy initiative. Nobody pays, nobody gets paid -- but everybody
There will be a potluck lunch. DETAILS TO COME!

Amy Chase Gulden is the NY Regional Director for Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) where she supports teachers, schools and museums learning to use this powerful research-based, art-viewing method and curriculum. Michele Kotler is the founding director of the Community~Word Project, an arts in education organization based in New York City whose mission is to inspire New York City youth in underserved communities to read, interpret and respond to their world, and to become active citizens through collaborative arts residencies and teacher training programs.

On a more personal note: Hey Michael, I can't overemphasize enough how much I admire and respect these two artist-educators. I learn something every time I'm around them. This promises to be a deep and wondrous collaboration. PLEASE let me know if you might be able to come. It has already been too long!

Also, please feel free to forward this info to anyone at all.

Can't wait to see you. I hope it works out. Thanks, Michael!

Superflux Collective is particularly grateful to Michele & Amy and Alan Nuñez and Millie Burns at Marymount.

Space is limited! RSVP! Okay!



Mike Halverson
Superflux Collective

"... That thou mayest shake the superflux to them/ And show the heavens more just." - King Lear

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