Opening Night for the Universe
Come Celebrate Life In The Universe with Evolver Baltimore!!
Join us for the launch of our Life in the Universe art opening and party at the Whole Gallery http://wholegallery.blogspot.com/ where we'll explore through discussion, art, music, and dance the diverse possibilities of terrestrial and extraterrestrial life in our universe.
Come ready to explore where imagination meets Martian landscape and planetariums of black light stars...where space has been transformed into scintillating installation landscape, the forms of outer space given shape for you to then explore in your own imaginings.
NYC Evolver and co-founder, Jonathan Talat Phillips, will be joining us for discussion, sharing his kundalini awakenings and galactic experiences, to be followed by Yoga Christy's dance performance, then a line up of DJs with otherworldly soundscapes.
VISUAL EXHIBITING ARTISTS INCLUDE:
Dan Van Allen
Heather Joi & Brian Baker
WITH THE AUDIO BLESSINGS OF:
and more to come...
Cost: $5 **** B Y O B !! ****
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=210773933913&ref=ts#!/event.php?eid=125819997455605&ref=mf For up to date information, have a look at our Facebook event page.
* flier by Matt Muirhead
Read how this theme has been explored network wide with Evolver:
" Life In The Universe
When we look at the technical progress humanity has made in the last two hundred years, it seems quite likely that any tool-using species that survives past our current stage of civilization will possess powers and abilities that we can barely imagine. The possibility that other species - even galactic federations - monitor life on earth seems less and less farfetched. Some see this as reason to celebrate - others as cause for alarm.
In this Spore, we will explore the case for and against alien visitors, and the theoretical intricacies of intergalactic diplomacy. Subjects to cover include Francis Crick's "pan-spermia " hypothesis; the Disclosure Project; crop circles; ideas from thinkers like Terence McKenna, Zacharia Sitchin, William Irwin Thompson, Barbara Hand Clow, and Jose Arguelles. As we seek to shed light on this esoteric area, we might explore the "myth-histories" of ancient and indigenous cultures from the Sumerian to the Hopi who describe beings from the stars coming to earth. Is this mere folktale or part of a true never ending story that continues to unfold through our time?"