EARTHSEED YOGA @ THE EJCA
What: Yoga 101: Back 2 Basics is an 8-week class series where those new to yoga and more experienced students can practice fundamental yoga poses, learn foundational yoga concepts, and explore yogic breathing exercises and meditation. Gather the building blocks you need to construct a yoga practice that can transform your mind, body and soul. [This is an all levels, all ages (adults) class taught in the classic hatha yoga style.]
: Enjoy beautiful, innovative art by Boston creatives as we practice yoga at the Eric Jean Center for the Arts, 157 Washington Street, Dorchester. On-street parking available; MBTA bus routes #15, 16, 22, 23, 28, 29, 45. Learn more about the Eric Jean Center for the Arts and the Dorchester Arts Collaborative at dac-online.org
When: Saturdays, 9:45 - 11a; September 6 - October 25, 2014 [We would probably arrive by 9:15a each week to set up, and be gone by 11:30a; as we discussed, we could hold a free info/demo session the weeks prior to the first class to generate interest in the class series and promote any events/initiatives the DAC is facilitating.]
Investment: Suggested donation of $5 - $10; proceeds support the launch of Earthseed Yoga's mobile studio to continue to offer free classes and workshops to underserved urban communities throughout Boston.
April 21-25 School Vacation Painting Classes For kids
For 8-12 year olds
$25 per 5-day session $5 for single 2-hour session*
Some scholarships available on a first come first served basis.
At the Erick Jean Center for the Arts
157 A Washington Street Dorchester
For a registration form drop in to the gallery or Call 617-710-0174
*Thanks to generous donations from Dot Out and Rep. Dan Hunt
Please stop by the Erick Jean Center for the Arts between April 9th and May 9th to check out the new showings by Dorchester resident artists Susie Smith and Laurence Pierce. The EJCA is open Wednesday thru Saturday 1-5pm. If you would like a private showing, please e-mail email@example.com
to organize a calendar date.
See them at DAC before they go exctinct
"The Discarded" is a polar bear exhibit by Morris Norvin
of Stony Brook Fine Art
. This exhibit will be displayed outside of the EJCA for a two month run. Please stop by and see this awesome work of metal art as well as taking in new galleries inside the center. Bringing the bears to Four Corners was the collaborative effort by J. Gustavo of DAC, Dynell Andrews of Four Corners Main Street, and Bill Perkins. — at Erick Jean Center for the Arts
Congratulations to Cedric Douglas; we look forward to hosting the UP Truck in Four Corners.
BigRedShiny Interview w/ DAC's J. Gustavo
As part of their continued effort to foster strong communities, BR&S rolling out a new interview series, called "Boston Common." In it we will highlight the people and organizations that shape Boston and New England's cultural sector by going straight to the source to find out who they are, what they are doing, and how and why they do it. We hope that the series will champion some of the exemplary work being done, shed light on neglected issues facing our arts scene and community, build connections among individuals and organizations, and expand the networks on which we’ve come to rely.