Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Fri: 1st Fri Art at Fábrica/SubRosa & Film at Sanctuary SC // Sat: Español/Ingles Convo Group in a.m. & Silvia Federici in p.m. // & More!!!

-Friday, December 6th, 6pm:  First Friday Art Opening:  at The Fábrica & SubRosa –  Joy Schendledecker: Teratoplastica

Joy Schendledecker is an artist who works in a variety of media including fibers, sculpture, collage, printmaking, and photography. She has a longstanding preoccupation with bodies and gender, matter-out-of-place, attraction/repulsion, labor, and materiality. Her current work focuses on petrochemicals, plastics, and marine debris, through the multiple lenses of discard studies, environmental justice, and toxic post/humanness in the era of the Anthropocene/Chthulucene/Capitalocene.

The title of this show, Teratoplastica, references positive and negative aspects of our current plastic discards crisis: Teras are supernatural omens that are at the same time wondrous marvels and monstrous malformations and deviations. We have created a fabulous monster and now it is shaping us and our world in unpredictable, queer ways.

Joy attended Maryland Institute College of Art and University of Maryland, Baltimore County. She lived in London for 10 years before moving to Santa Cruz With her partner and children in 2015. and

       AND in the Sanctuary Santa Cruz office at the Hub:  Local Youth Documentary Screening: "ICE raids in Santa Cruz"

Come support the youth in Change 4 Good, who have co-produced a documentary entitled "ICE Raids in Santa Cruz." Through interviews, led by the youth, the 22 minute documentary chronicles the 2017 raids in Santa Cruz and Live Oak, as well as the 2019 raid in Santa Cruz. The documentary will be shown twice, with some time for discussion after each showing. We will be joined by two youth during the screening. Come support these amazing young people. Food is provided!

Sanctuary Santa Cruz, 703 Pacific Ave, Santa Cruz (the farthest suite to the left, when facing the Hub) // The documentary will show at 6 and 7 pm // 

       POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN! Holiday Night Market at The Hub

Join us some other time for the Holiday Night Market at The Hub! Featuring local artists and makers of all stripes, we'll have curated vintage clothing and accessories, handmade herbal products and body care, soaps, tea blends, prints, zines, handmade ceramic ware, delicious food, baked goods, warm drinks and more! 

-Saturday, December 7th, in the morning and evening!

       10am:  Español/Ingles Conversation Group at SubRosa

Spanish/English conversation group - This group is open to anyone interested in practicing their Spanish or English conversation skills. The intention is to create a safe and comfortable environment where members of our community can teach and learn from each other. All levels of fluency are welcome. The group is free!  The group will be on the first and third Saturdays of the month.

Acompáñanos en SubRosa para conversaciones bilingüe en español y ingles. El grupo es para personas interesadas en practicar su español o inglés en un espacio cómodo, amistoso y respetuoso. La meta del reunión es que participantes enseñen y aprendan uno del otro. Todos niveles son bienvenidos para contribuir. ¡Y es gratis!  El grupo será cada primer y tercer sábado del mes.   

       6:30pm:   Silvia Federici - Re-Enchanting the World (at the Freight Building, downtown Santa Cruz, 119 Center St)

Silvia Federici is one of the most important contemporary theorists of capitalism and feminist movements. In her new book Re-Enchanting the World, a collection of her work spanning over twenty years, she provides a detailed history and critique of the politics of the commons from a feminist perspective. This talk will introduce this work and talk about contemporary social movements creating change. // Co-sponsors - Santa Cruz Revolutionary Feminist Working Group, SubRosa Community Space, PM Press.

AND in couple weeks -- Thursday, December 19th, 6:30pm:  Las Posadas 2019 at the Hub

We, at the Hub, are so happy to be participating with Las Posadas again this year. Join us on Thursday, December 19th to welcome the procession. Or walk and sing with the procession, and we'll greet you with music, food and warm drinks.
As the number of refugees increases every day, the tradition of Las Posadas reminds us of the many families around the globe asking for a place to survive and raise their children. 

The nightly processions of Las Posadas are a re-enactment of Mary and Joseph's search for a lodging (posada) in Bethlehem. Each night, we will gather for a candlelight procession to the "posada" - the venue for that night's celebration. The next night's procession begins at the previous night's location until the we reach the final night's venue.

(Come on by and have some coffee, check-out a book or strike up a conversation)
Mondays, 1 - 4pm // Wednesdays, 10:30am - 2:30pm // Fridays, 9am - 11am //
& open for events & meetings

SubRosa is part of a community center called The Hub --- 
Check out The Hub's facebook, instagram & website for info re: other Hub projects! 

and more from some of our neighbors at The Hub...

-The Bike Church ---.  //  //  

-Tenant Sanctuary --- //


SubRosa is a collectively run anarchist community space, a place to meet others and challenge our assumptions and act on our passions. We strive to create a vibrant environment for events, classes, meetings, organizing, performance, art, studying and more. SubRosa also offers radical literature for sale, and houses the Anarchist Lending Library. 
We welcome folks to join us in fostering an environment free from coercion, sexism, queer&homophobia, racism, ableism and other hierarchies.

SubRosa is in downtown Santa Cruz, CA, which is the ancestral homeland of the Awaswas-speaking Ohlone people.

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