CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Submit your art, poetry, essay or other contribution by September 6 for a free online gallery focused on exploring the theme of “Drought” to help us make meaning of this archetypal condition.
All submissions will be featured online; some contributors will be invited to present or discuss your work during free community webinars/roundtables on September 22. When submitting, please designate the category your contribution best falls under: Science, Business, Politics, or Spirit
Deadline: September 6, 2015
VIEW THE Submissions Gallery HERE. New submissions posted as they come in.
POSSIBLE SUBMISSION TOPICS: dreams, mythology, sustainability, fracking, oil/gas industry, resiliency, public health, local economies, alchemy, archetypes, new stories/mythology, fear, permaculture, transition
SUGGESTED FORMATS FOR SUBMISSION
- interviews, letters, poems, posts, mud, images, collage, art
- video (links to original works pre-published online such as Vimeo YouTube)
- images (.png, .jpg)
- words/essays .pdf only
— all submissions remain property of submitter; we get permission to share and archive
Submit your material (no limit) via email to Willi Paul
ABOUT THE FREE PUBLIC WEBINAR
The live video webinar, panel discussion, and community conversation will take place on Tuesday, September 22 starting at 5pm PDT. Everyone is invited, whether you have submitted materials or not! Please join us for an interactive experience and a chance to dialogue around the theme of drought--both literal and archetypal.
In the live webinar, we will begin with a panel discussion featuring:
• Linda Buzzell, ecopsychologist and co-editor of "Ecotherapy: Healing with Nature in Mind," and blogger for Huffington Post
• Craig Chalquist, depth psychologist and co-editory of "Ecotherapy'--and pioneer of "terra psychology"--the psychology of place
• Jeffrey Kiehl, Jungian analyst and climate scientist at NCAR for thirty years
• Bonnie Bright, depth psychologist and founder of Depth Psychology Alliance
• Willi Paul, mythologist and transition consultant
The panel discussion will by followed by live community-building & solution-focused dialogue about drought, plus short commentary from some of those participants who have contributed art, poetry, interviews, or other works for the gallery.
Join by phone or Internet. The event will be video-enabled, so if you have a web cam, we can talk face to face, so come prepared to turn on your camera if you are willing so we can see one another for a more connected experience!--though you don't have to use video in order to attend, of course!
Details and access info will be emailed to all registrants a few days before the webinars take place.