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March 2017

Block Fest with Dawn Leigh Evinger and SF Recovery Theatre

March 3
CounterPulse

Block Fest = Fun. Free. First. Friday. Every first Friday of the month from 3PM-4:30PM locally sourced Artist Activators will  offer up free art making and sharing up and down our block of Turk Street. From live performance and art exhibition to screen printing workshops and crochet jams, Block Fest is a monthly tasting and testing of the Tenderloin’s creative spirit. March 3rd Block Fest with Dawn Leigh Evinger and SF Recovery Theatre Dawn Leigh Evinger’s Collective Community Visual Art Creation focuses on…

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The White Stuff: Elite Social Justice Boot Camp

March 23 - March 25
CounterPulse

Experience the ultimate in personal embetterment training at the world’s only full-immersion, hardcore, anti-racist boot camp: The White Stuff. Whites: STEP UP YOUR GAME in our full-throttle dis-course on dismantling white supremacy. Fully engage your body, mind, and commitment to excellence through a series of activity stations designed to test and hone you into becoming One of the Good Ones because Good Whites Go Hard. The majority of humanity: Come enjoy the pleasures of the VIBIPOC Lounge, a top-tier view…

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Rebellious Structures + Dynamic Habits

March 27 - March 31
CounterPulse

A five-day intensive workshop in body-based performance with internationally acclaimed performance makers Jess Curtis and Abby Crain Performance is a flow of forces between bodies that affects everyone who is present with them. Sourcing from unpredictable and profound structures; come sweat, breathe, move, think, talk, listen, feel and take action as we cultivate a dynamic temporary habitat for both non-linear and radically thoughtful modes of performance making.   :: DATE + TIME :: Mon-Fri March 27-31 from 10:30am-5:30pm 10:30am –…

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April 2017

Block Fest with Sylvester Guard

April 7
CounterPulse

Block Fest = Fun. Free. First. Friday. Every first Friday of the month from 3pm-4:30pm locally sourced Artist Activators offer up free art making up and down our block of Turk Street. From live performance and art exhibition to screen printing workshops and crochet jams, Block Fest is a monthly tasting and testing of the Tenderloin’s creative spirit.   For the April 7 Block Fest, Artist Activator Sylvester Guard is facilitating a skateboard deck painting and skateboard assembly workshop! All materials…

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Edge Residency 2017

April 20 - April 29
CounterPulse

Join CounterPulse for a double bill evening featuring works by our 2017 Edge Residency artists. weather // body is a multidisciplinary visual poem created and performed by Arletta Anderson & Adam Smith that looks at physical and environmental change over time. This piece asks how we consider our bodies in relationship to the spaces around them and how that changes as we age. We call on memory and its failings, create imagined futures, and remember who we are in the present…

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May 2017
Free

Block Fest in the Forest

May 5 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Tenderloin National Forest,
501 Ellis St, San Francisco, CA 94109
San Francisco, CA United States
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Block Fest: forest style. Join CounterPulse and Central City SRO Collaborative for an afternoon of community artmaking! From 3pm-5pm in the Tenderloin National Forest, a vibrant Luggage Store Gallery commons of foliage and public art, Block Fest Artist Activators will be hosting their flagship community art projects. All are welcome! Tenderloin musician, Leroy Staples, will be holding it down with his community drumming and dance circle. Dawn Leigh will present her Collective Community Visual Art Creation where participants can paint…

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CounterPulse Family Feast & Fundraiser

May 11
CounterPulse

Weird for good! Let’s celebrate our radically wonderful community and raise the funds that support our artists at the CounterPulse Family Feast & Fundraiser supporting the Springboard Fund for Artists. This gathering is a totally free offering to you, our treasured community of creative, freaky artists and arts advocates. You’ll be able to support the fund during the event by buying drinks, pledging, and shopping at the silent auction. Thursday, May 11, 2017 Dinner: 5:30pm-8pm (SOLD OUT), Family-style pledge dinner and…

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THIS IS WHAT I WANT 2017: Tender Nights

May 25 - May 27
CounterPulse

TIWIW festival is an annual performance festival which uses queer desire as a lens to examine phenomena of our time. Previous years themes have included desire and the internet, desire and the gaze, desire and the economy. In 2017, we are looking at the moral explosion of the intersection of desire and youth under pressure; setting these stories in the Tenderloin. The youth artists will take your hand and walk out into the evening to engage with themes of gentrification,…

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June 2017

Precarious

June 1 - June 3
CounterPulse

2017 is the 10th anniversary of Hope Mohr Dance. Artistic Director Mohr marks the occasion by responding to the current cultural moment in San Francisco in which gentrification threatens the city’s progressive, inclusive identity. A recent survey by the San Francisco Arts Commission of 600 local artists found that over 70 percent of the respondents had been or were being displaced from their workplace, home, or both. The market forces displacing artists are also pushing out the working class, families…

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WIND STATIONS — a curation of missing people

June 15 - June 18
CounterPulse

Composed from collaborations in Japan and San Francisco, the interdisciplinary dance work intersects the agency of wind with inquiries into “missing people”.  As a multi-year project, it serves as a performative examination on how absence is carried and shared as a resonant existence.  Overall, looking into what is present with and without body. The collection of “missing people” and the tracings that influence the work include the Dutch American artist Bas Jan Ader who disappeared sailing a small boat across…

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