INHABIT focuses on issues of land and property. As communities, we have the possibility of using our joint economic and social power to build affordable housing that supports our economic and social well-being. It is facilitated by LATCH collective and At Home Housing.
We invite anyone interested in creating affordable, sustainable housing to come with any questions about tiny houses, intentional community, and the collective building process. As a group, we will share information and resources, and generate practical solutions and designs for building alternative communities in Los Angeles and elsewhere.
LATCH Collective is a network of tiny house enthusiasts supporting each other in designing and building tiny, transportable homes. We organize opportunities for sharing and receiving skills, knowledge, experience, tools and support. We also advocate for increased housing options in Los Angeles, speciﬁcally for spaces that are affordable, sustainable, well-designed and safely built.
At Home Housing is an organization dedicated to creating housing opportunities for intentional communities. We organize members, provide trainings, and reach out to those who are interested. We educate the public and policymakers about the benefits of community living throughout Los Angeles.
ARTICULATE considers how language can be used as a performative speech act that creates our shared reality. We will explores some deep structures of language and create individualized tools for healing and resistance.
Amanda Yates Garcia is an artist, witch and healer. She draws from a broad range of esoteric strategies including the Western Mystery Traditions of tarot, alchemy and Hermeticism; shamanic healing practices; positive magic and witchcraft; herbalism; energy work (Reiki, tantra and other yogas); psychomagic and more.
For more information about the exhibition or events, contact Ochi Projects at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CONNECT addresses the divisiveness created by capitalism based on the creation of scarcity. We will use techniques derived from the Theater of the Oppressed to explore paradigms based in connection and abundance, as well as discuss solutions to the problem of contrived scarcity. This event will be held with Jade Gordon on October 21st, 3-5 pm.