July 31 – August 11, 2014 in Ashland, OR
Come into community this summer with Social Artistry, playfully designing, creating, and embodying individual and collective gifts in the New Story of Earth, Gaia, our very own Pachamama. Discover the passion and inner knowing that is yours to share in the New Story. Growing from the inspiration and leadership of human development expert and soul evoker Jean Houston, the Social Artistry movement is blossoming with exuberant high purpose and creative energy!
Here is the menu of events:
Jean Houston’s work has to be experienced! The Jean Houston Foundation has developed a training program that presents her ideas and processes. Come ignite your personal possibilities for transformation using her processes that tap inner wisdom and creativity. This workshop will be led by experienced Social Artistry Trainers.
Evening of July 31 – mid-day August 3. $150.
Richard Geer has a lifetime of experience leading groups to bridge story and theatre. After meeting Joy Jinks at Jean Houston’s Mystery School, he helped the community of Colquitt, Georgia create Swamp Gravy, Georgia’s official folk life play. Swamp Gravy is the model Social Artistry project for community change through the arts. Experience Richard and this guided process in transformative community building.
Evening of August 3 – evening of August 4. $150.
Social Artists from across North America gather to share their experiences applying Social Artistry principles, practices, and training in their real and virtual communities and across the world. The Summit is an exciting time to gather the tribe and envision the coming year. Jean Houston will open the event Tuesday morning.
August 5- August 6. $150.
Social Artists who have attended the Introduction to Social Artistry or delved deeply in Jean Houston’s work via her seminars are eligible to learn how to present Introductions to Social Artistry and thereby join a growing network of alumni trainers.
August 7 – August 11. $1195.
Mail in your Registration using the Summer2014Registration.
*** “Friends of Social Artistry” receive a 10% discount for each event. To become a “Friend”, go HERE.
*** Alumni Trainers may participate in the Introduction for $50 and the Train the Trainer event for $200.
*** Emerging Leaders (age 21-32): If you attend the Social Artistry Odyssey, below, or have attended another in-depth Jean Houston program, you may attend Train the Trainer for $500.
This summer the Jean Houston Foundation, in partnership with the Launching Pad, is offering a week long Social Artistry Odyssey for Emerging Leaders, in Ashland, Oregon, July 31-August 7. In this phenomenal week, young adults, ages 18-35, will be introduced to Social Artistry, designed to claim and begin to actualize one’s life purpose, and led by newly trained young adult leaders. They will also work with Dr. Richard Owen Geer, of Community Performance International, to build individual life stories into the collective story of the community. And the week will conclude with 2 days of direct instruction with Dr. Jean Houston.
The week is set up “young adult” style, where participants will camp and eat and live together in a natural outdoor setting at beautiful Jackson Wellsprings in Ashland, Oregon.
It is priced for the young adult budget: just $175 for the week, including tent space and meals. This event is for any young adult (18-35) who is ready to step into leadership and up level their life.
This training is concurrent with the annual Introduction to Social Artistry training in Ashland for those 35 and older So as a family, it is possible for older ones to attend that training while young adults attend the one for their age group. And there will be some combined social events where both groups will be together.
July 31 – August 7. $225.
To Register go HERE