Art & Social Change: InterPlay for Millennial Leaders
July 1o–21, 2016 • Monday–Friday • 9 am–5 pm & some evenings
If you are between the ages of 18 and 35, you may be interested in joining a program that teaches InterPlay's "sneaky deep" way of building artistic skill, leadership ability and strong community.
Learn from InterPlay founders and millennial leaders preparing you to lead with creative, embodied InterPlay tools and techniques used around the world in peacemaking, prisons, classrooms, theaters, homes, places of worship, and health care.
Plus you get to play, visit Bay Area redwoods and social change organizations, get incredible support for your path and make some wonderful new friends.
Graduates are supported after the program to share leadership within the InterPlay community and beyond.
Explore ways to help people play with difficult issues, listen to and share the wisdom of their bodies and tell stories in ways that are direct, personal, and transformational.
The program takes place Monday through Friday over two weeks with some evening programming including a concert by the InterPlay performing company "WING IT!"
Deadline for application Friday June 2
Send in registration materials by and set up informational interview before June 3
Confirm attendance once accepted by June 2
Send $200. deposit by June 2
First installment or total due July 1
Training: July 18–29, 2016, Graduation Thursday 7pm, July 20
Program ends at noon July 21
Cost: $1400. Financial assistance and limited homestay options available
Registration/Information: For more information call Cynthia Winton-Henry at 510/465-2797 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Soyinka has a long history as a member of the bay area's most renown modern and ethnic dance companies. Her work taps into the power of sound and vibration to create peace and happiness for all humanity!,In addition, she created the original, acclaimed Dance Play "An Alter Piece to Alter Peace,” and has worked with passion for intergenerational community in schools and community centers all over! Her work as a conference weaver and workshop leader includes Race Forward, National Association for Independent Schools Teachers of Color, Boys and Girls Clubs, Spiritual Directors International, and the Parliament of World Religions