august 20 - 24, 2013
Over 150 people participated over the 5 days, and about a dozen of them participated for the entire 5 days
Gypsy Bibs The Van and other temporary living arrangements shall be assembled at the lower end of the Great Lawn and upper portion of the Lower Field. (cf. Freetown Christiania)
Quasi-Live Performance by The Tithe
Adriana & Holger Kramer will perform an hour-long set with live dance in front of a projection of their third bandmate, Erik Klauson, over a hand-crocheted 10' by 7' screen.
Spinning, Dying, Weaving:
And by spinning we mean spinning yarn using drop spindles (with Jennifer Fais) or spinning wheels (with Jill Swenson). Learn to card wool, spin thread, and maybe even dye yarn using natural pigments. Then learn how to weave on the Tractor Loom, a concept by Kylie Baker.
A photo shoot to cover a range of possible alternate fictional histories of Beulahland, from a 1940's film shot on location to a punk band underground recording to an alien landing.
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Collaborative projects & workshops:
Including: welding, copper enameling, Georgian dance, writing about grieving, Bob Ross Paint-Along, letter boxing, fire safety, shadow puppets, cello painting, etc.
Dress head to toe in white and cover up the rest in white make-up to head into the woods and be completely still and silent like the trees, followed by a colored holi powder fight.
Taking a Shel Silverstein poem, with one word per fluorescent orange clays, Don Maney and a group of approximately 15 shooters decimate about half of the poem via skeet shooting. The clays that remained intact were rearranged into a new poem.
And so so so so so much more.
Alternate Realities covers a lot of it.
So, really, check that out here.
0 = 60 Hours Participant
1 = 61 Hours Participant
S = Super Dobby
F = Five Day Participant
I = International
A = From Afar
G = Gold Star Winner