Saturday @ CoSM:Full Moon Workshop:
The Magic of Masks
Healing Your Heart Center through Movement
with Akil Apollo Davis
3pm – 6pm

Did you know that you can heal through the power of image and movement?

Join Akil Apollo Davis for a therapeutic Mask workshop utilizing movement, visualizations
and open discussion devoted to healing the heart center.

Interact with a variety of masks including clown noses, Squam Lake Masks and Angel Masks.
Learn new movement vocabulary along the way.

 Learn to confront the negative images, break patterns, recover true joy, and manifest better futures. Focus on healing your “heart center” in the areas of love, self-confidence, true compassion, and inner strength. We will teach Meditations and exercises so that your practice can be continued post-workshop.

Enjoy dinner & entry into the Full Moon gathering all for one price.

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Akil is a Master Teacher of an extremely unique form of Mask Work that only 3 human beings in the world teach called the Per Brahe method of Mask. This Mask Work has its roots in the Balinese Mask making technique worlds away from the more popular Commedia Dell’Arte tradition and is also independent of traditional Balinese Dance.

CoSM June Full Moon GatheringFull Moon Ceremony
Wisdom, Music, & More
with hosts, Alex & Allyson
7:30pm – 9:30pm

“Community is the ocean in which we swim.”
—Allyson Grey & Alex Grey

Join us for CoSM’s June Full Moon Gathering as we celebrate the alliance of creativity and spirit.

Opening ceremony led by Alex & Allyson in the Library; 7:30pm – 9:30pm.
After Celebration; 9:30 – midnight.
Seating for the performative program begins at 7pm.


Photo by Rosie

Full Moon After-Celebration
Featuring Live Music By Yaima
9:30pm – midnight

Enjoy downtempo music by Yaima
Embark on a visual odyssey with maestro, Simon Haiduk

Reserve  your “Supportrait” by Alex Grey, created for one guest or couple, to support CoSM.
Ask Allyson about Art & Life.

Live Painters: Kayla Kronsberg, Jeff Sullivan, Linzy Miggantz, Perry Kroeger and Linzy Miggantz
Body Painting by Keiara Gallodoro. Henna by Natalia.

Set creative intentions in the community sand mandala, facilitated by, Rosie & Dr. Mike.
Check out the outdoor fire circle and fire performances.


Photo by, T.J. Squires

 

Homemade snacks & treats in The Mushroom Cafe.
Artful treasures in the CoSM Shop.
Come to your favorite art sangha
and celebrate the orb of night.

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Sunday @ CoSM:



Morning Yoga

with Emily Rose
10:00 am – 11:30 am

Sunday, late-morning, come to CoSM for the ultimate out-of-body experience,
Morning Yoga with Emily Rose.

A CoSM favorite, Emily gently guides yogis & yoginis toward their body’s own potential. Through illuminated guidance, Emily leads participants toward rejuvenation on a safe journey to deepen any asana practice.

All levels of experience will be comfortably nurtured and challenged in Emily’s yoga class. Yoga begins at 10am, $10 donation requested. Mats available.



Art Church:
Sacred Geometry

with Alex & Allyson
1pm – 5pm

Behind the veil of the visible world, a matrix of divine proportions and underlying grids plot the mathematics of biology, space and time.

Sacred geometry ascribes symbolic and sacred meaning to shapes and proportions, positing that God is the Geometer of the World. The design and construction of the architecture in cathedrals and temples, mosques and synagogues, altars and spiritual Visionary Art utilizessacred geometry in determining artistic choices.


Adam & Eve by Alex Grey, 96 x 96 in. (243.84 cm square),
Harmonic proportions inspired by Father Desiderious (1832–1928)

 

Art Church this Sunday will explore Sacred Geometry, exploring one to six-sided figures. A talk demonstrating the principle of sacred geometry Woven into natural forms are all the geometric principles including how the Golden Section and Fibonacci Sequence is embedded in flowers, growing plants and the structure of all living creatures.

With compass and straight-edge, we will delve into the meaning and craft of contemplative drawing.
Bring supplies, if you can.
Recommended are:

-a sketch pad (11″ x 14″),
-a decent compass
-one 12” or 18” metal cork back ruler.

Look forward to creating with you this special summer Full Moon Weekend!

Love,

Alex & Allyson