CCCC 4 : Wednesday January 17, 2:00PM to 4:00 PM
We will be discussing: Srdja Popovic, Matthew Miller: Blueprint for Revolution – How to use rice pudding, Lego men, and other nonviolent techniques to galvanize communities, overthrow dictators or simply change the world. (New York: Spiegel and Grau 2015)
This was recommended by Kathy Bergquist, who will lead this session.
The book was highly recommended by CCCC people who have begun to read it! Kathy hopes that it will inspire the group, and has asked that each one of us tries to imagine a specific art action that would be apropos our local situation. Throw your proposal in the group at the January meeting. (Does it go without saying that not all ideas need to be followed up?).
CCCC 5: Wednesday February 21, 2:00PM to 4:00 PM
Help us find text/and or video for this session which will centre around water and capitalism. Doris Lamontagne will lead this session. If you know of any relevant texts, please send them to her: email@example.com
On January 30, 2018, Doris Lamontagne will do a Salon presentation on her self-organized sojourn to Sandbanks Provincial Parks that resulted in an exhibition of photographs and installations. Water is Us, which is currently on view at the Atrium Gallery, until January 3, 2018. All CCCC members will receive an advance invitation to attend this Salon, mark your calendar!