Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Wed- Talk about climate justice art-activism & Fri- RVIVR show & More!

Check it out at SubRosa!

Wednesday, Feb 3rd, 7pm:  In the Shadow of COP21: Climate Justice Art-Activism, A Discussion with T.J. Demos

Please join us for consideration and discussion of the creative activism that surrounded COP21, the recent UN Climate Conference in Paris that met in December 2015. Activists and collectives responded to the elitism of the talks with unauthorized coordinated efforts to challenge the corporate-dominated climate negotiations. Participants aimed to bring attention the economic framework of climate governance, specifically neoliberalism, which has offered only failed proposals for how to address the current environmental crisis. Climate Games, organized by the France-based Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination, promoted creative civil disobedience as part of a longterm strategy to democratize environmental governance, insist on a just transition to a postcarbon future, and develop alternatives outside the automatic assumptions of capitalist hegemony. What are the lessons of COP21 activism, and where does it leave us today both globally and locally?

Friday, Feb 5th, 6:30pm- A Show with RVIVR, Mary SL8 & THE TRASHLEYZ, INLE ELNI

hey wassup hello. bike church hasn't had a show in sooo long so let's try and be nice! plz no alcohol and hangin on the street, but you can secretly smoke in the subRosa courtyard i suppose.

***RVIVR - olympiugh-
**MARY SK8 & THE TRASHLEYZ - satan cruz- not everything has an internet thingy
*INLE ELNI - santa crux-

AND probably some slow jamz here & there...

$7-10ish dollarz for touring band and bike church and SubRosa cuz we're still as always about to be broke. oh yeah invite people?
and from elsewhere in santa cruz: from  "Beach Flats Garden Advocates Launch Fundraising Campaign, City Threatens Legal Action"  The Beach Flats Community Garden is under threat from Boardwalk Company, gardeners being threatened with legal action. (read more at the links and see what you can do to offer support to this important part of the Beach Flats community that is still threatened and

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