With Galvanize touring the east coast and some of the crew going to Colorado for the Move Mountains Project in July it has been a summer of growth. We had an incredible event in DC. Get Lucid! DC #2 and are looking to be back in December. Laura Weiner has moved to Baltimore for art school at MICA and is looking to franchise.
Watch out for 10/30 and 12/13 in Philly!
DC, Baltimore, Richmond and Brooklyn heads up!
Our most recent event on 9/5 as a launch to Underground Art’s Frige Fest was an incredible time.
Move Mountains is about placing the community in the hands of youth. Let’s raise their ground-shaking voices with a month of activities & a festival on 7/26/14
Move Mountains Project: San Luis, Colorado is an entrepreneurship and art community-education program focused on building a platform for the youth leaders of San Luis, Colorado in the form of an Arts and Science Festival on July 26, 2014. Young professionals and community leaders will partner to provide youth with a month of daily activities conceived to empower active community citizens using art, science, entrepreneurial skills and a focus on local and global social justice issues.
Entrepreneurship, Art, Earth and Community Action/Social Justice
To develop the art, science and entrepreneurial skills that will empower active community citizens through a focus on local and global social justice issues and facilitate an Art and Science Festival for the annual Santa Ana celebration in San Luis, Colorado.
Move Mountains is a youth-focused collaboration between San Luis City Council, Centennial School District, Costilla County Commissioners, local businesses like Cafe Rosa Mystica and San Luis Silk Screening, local artists including Carlos Martinez, and educators and artists from the valley, Denver, Colorado Springs, Philadelphia, University of Washington and beyond.
The materials available to the investors of our Indiegogo campaign for the Move Mountains Project: San Luis, Colorado
Coming July 2014
rapping wizard, Ssengam Niloc (Visitor Ten) created the Human Puppet Paintbrush and brought it to our last Get Lucid! fundraiser for Hollaback Philly!
Thank you all for the wonderful experience on 4/5 for HollaBack Philly. What a loving community we’ve all created. Now we’re focusing on harnessing that energy. We want to hone it. We want to focus it. SO please join us this month for the first monthly Get Lucid! Volunteer Day on 4/19 with Philly Urban Creators and the first monthly Get Lucid! Open Mic on Fri 4/25.
Get Lucid! Volunteer Day on 4/19 with Philly Urban Creators
11th and Dauphin st starting at 12pm
Get Lucid! Open Mic on Fri 4/25
3rd and Girard at 1176 N 3rd St
Workshop at 6:30
Starts at 7pm
No cover, donations appreciated
stay tuned for videos and photos from 4/5
Join Get Lucid! and Psy.Fi for another ACTIVIST DANCE PARTY featuring DJs, LIVE MUSIC, VISUAL ART, and SPOKEN WORD – This time we’re fundraising for HollabackPhilly - a group fighting to end street harassment.
★★★ This is also the RECORD RELEASE PARTY for Galvanize‘s first Album!
Doors at 8pm. $5 presale (http://tktwb.tw/1kLRxfL) /$8 at the door
SPOKEN WORD | Jamilah Harris, Phil Mittereder, Miguel Huerta, Jeannine Kayembe.
PROJECTIONS | Stingray Bob
RSVP on facebook HERE
We couldn’t be happier to announce that The Activist Dance Party will be held for the first time in Washington DC on Friday April 4th!
The night will feature live music from Galvanize, Go Cozy (DC), and Toxic Moxie (Richmond, VA) and DJ performances from Machette and Dana J. There will be art on display from Void and Enrique Dominguez, live screen printing by The Arcade, and live film zine screenings from Incandescent out of Portland!
All to fundraise for The District Alliance for Safe Housing
Click HERE for the FB event page!
Saturday April 5th 2014
Get Lucid! The Activist Dance Party
Fundraiser for HollaBack Philly
Same time, Same place
8pm Underground Arts
art and line up TBA
Our February Activist Dance Party was beautiful
Saturday February 1st 2014
Check out this amazing, youth-led organization Philadelphia Urban Creators
Join GET LUCID! and PSY-FI for another ACTIVIST DANCE PARTY featuring DJs, LIVE MUSIC, VISUAL ART, and SPOKEN WORD – This time we’re fundraising for Philly Urban Creators – a youth driven organization empowering inner-city youth to transform blighted landscapes into models of urban sustainability (phillyurbancreators.org) Come early for the Art show at 8! – $5 presale/$8 at the door – 21+ GALVANIZE / RED RICHARDS vs SEAN GRAHAM / MR MANIC / EU.RECA / REDHAT / ELEGANT ANIMALS
Get $5 presale tickets here:
SOME of the visual artists we’re featuring you may recognize from ALL over Philly