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Deadline Mon 1 July

Vacancies – Episode Producer & Episode Artist Support and Liaison Manager

We are looking for two people to join our team to help deliver our next Episode at Tramway, Glasgow in November 2024 – an Episode Producer and an Artist Support and Liaison Manager. If you have any questions or queries please reach out to us on info@arika.org.uk Important Update Due to a change in the […]

a Sri Lankan, Irish and Galician nonbinary femme with curly brown silver and purple hair and an undercut, wearing a “talk to plants, not cops” navy and turquoise crop top, tiny black denim shorts and a hot pink KN95 mask, takes a mirror selfie with a phone with glitter and many kinda of brightly colored animals and plants on it.
21 June 2023

Altar: Odes to the Lost/ never lost Introduction

Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha

Introducing and setting intentions for a crip grief transformation and witness altar. A place to sit and breathe, remember our dead, wash our hands and leave offerings to and for loved ones we’ve lost – and for ourselves.

I wanna be with you everywhere 2023
21 June 2023

Break/Open Meetup time*

Take a break and/ or hang in an Open Meet Up in IRL and URL

I wanna be with you everywhere 2023
A 40ish mixed race Sri Lankan, Irish and Galician nonbinary femme with curly brown silver and purple hair, lying on a couch looking at the viewer horizontally. They have rose gold aviator frames, thick eyebrows, red lipstick and sand colored skin, and are looking at the viewer with a kind of tired but hopefully crip wonder. They wear a blue denim vest with a pin that says Neurodivergent Universe above a pink and blue image of a ringed planet, and a black tank top with yellow lettering that read Talk To Plants, Not Cops is barely visible. They have a tattoo of the words "We begin by listening" in magenta cursive script on their left arm.
21 June 2023

Altar: Odes to the Lost/ never lost with ASL Centered Hang

Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha

Offering a crip grief transformation and witness altar. A place to sit and breathe, remember our dead, wash our hands and leave offerings to and for loved ones we’ve lost – and for ourselves. Expect fire and a little bit of smoke. Concluding with a D/deaf centered social space with conversational interpreters available for those who do not speak ASL.

 

I wanna be with you everywhere 2023
Amelia is framed to the right of the picture smiling. They are wearing a sky blue tie dye shirt and brown cap. They are pictured in Abiquiu, New Mexico, by the Chama River, surrounded by cholla cacti blooming bright pink flowers with a mountainous landscape behind.
21 June 2023

Meditations in a Chronic Emergency

Amelia Bande

With lo-fi dreams and high-def humor, Bande brings MC vibes to the day. Interluding music with spoken performance, the live extimacy of Bande’s presence reaches out via emo-techno-bridges.

I wanna be with you everywhere 2023
A lined journal from February 2019 with entries from each day with a circular diagram to the right
21 June 2023

Collective writing

Yo-Yo Lin 林友友

Coming to us from Taipei, Yo-Yo sends us elsewhere while bringing us back with her to the timezone of tomorrow. A dancer, media artist, and choreographer who makes multi-dimensions and realms, Lin’s amplification of energies and connections across bodies devolves the separations we are taught to abide.

I wanna be with you everywhere 2023
21 June 2023

Open Stage/ Screen/ Mic

Our Zooms are unmuted, our mics are open, and our hearts and bodyminds are receptive. We give the floor online and in person to you…

I wanna be with you everywhere 2023