As a benefit for Life is Living, we are bringing back the ISIS Rising performers and a DJ set for a special live show at the New Parish. Come November 21st to celebrate Nina, Oakland, Life is Living, and experience some special treats you may have missed or want to relive again. We got African Dance, we got Food Justice, we got live art, a little Hip Hop, some reflective healing and sweat. Bring your dancing shoes!
LIFE is LIVING establishes a new model for partnerships between diverse and under-resourced communities, green action agencies, and the contemporary arts world. Since 2008, under the artistic direction of Marc Bamuthi Joseph, LIFE is LIVING has grown from a festival that uses art to foster environmental justice to a mobilized campaign much larger in scope.
In brief, the best @lifeisliving yet. As we gather the many photo-graphic, video-graphic, written and oral recaps of this years’ Life Is Living in DeFremery Park, we wanted to establish a reliable link that can be used as a year round space for sharing reflections, feedback and other related insights.
Thank you for your interest in participating in a historic event. Space is limited, so please register early! Applications are due NO later than September 27, 2010.
…we’re rockin with the king of hyphy, whitney biennial installation artists, USA fellows, sustainable farmers markets, solar powered kid zones, graf battles, yoga, massage, aquaponics, clothing exchanges, soccer tournaments, the glide church choir, hood games, red bike and green critical mass rides, tilling an organic farm in america’s most dangerous neighborhood, and youth poetry…all at Life is Living in Oakland and Houston…learn about us please…
From the very beginning of this process, there have been many people who have contributed to the organic & healthy development of LIFE is LIVING. To everyone, named and not yet named, we would like to take a moment to thank you. In the event that you should be noted in our list of contributors, please submit your name here. We believe in giving credit, where credit is due. Thank you again.
‘Not so much living word in the park, but propaganda on the block
I’m tryna get black folk to go green by putting a beat to it
Not on some racist sh*t
But on some intuit
Influence into rhythm of life…’
Yolanda Green // Houston Going Green // Channel 39 // Part 1 Yolanda Green // Houston Going Green // Channel 39 // Part 2