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Theme 2021

Journey Thru Grief The Procession and Ceremony as an active metaphor for the emotional states of processing grief. Loss. Search. Protest. Despair. Organization. Re-Establish. Replenish. We know that the Journey Through Grief does not end. It changes. It transforms. We know we help to shift and hold grief differently by what we do. By Showing up….

Theme 2020

NATURE: HEALER, GROUNDER & DISRUPTER This passage  is from the amazing book, “Emergent Strategy, Shaping Change, Changing Worlds,” by  Adrienne Maree Brown. “When I was young I was taught to fear big forces of nature — tornadoes, thunderstorms, snowstorms,  hurricanes. Taught they cause destruction and devastation. Taught to hide under desks, in basements, to stay…

Tucson End Of Life Doulas Art Installation

Tucson End Of Life Doulas Art Installation Elements Sunday, Nov. 3  w  4pm to 9pm  w  Garden of Gethsemane (located at cross-streets Bonita/Congress) For more information on TEOLD’s services, visit Grief and Bereavement Support If you’re walking the procession and the heaviness of your loss is too much to bear, you’re welcome to visit…

Ancestors Project at Tucson Meet Yourself

Many Mouths One Stomach (MMOS) will be collaborating with Tucson Meet Yourself (TMY) this year! We are excited to do live intake for the Ancestors Project in collaboration with LA Artists – Ofelia Esparza and Rosanna Esparza-Aherns from Tonalli Studio. This participant based Altar installation will be housed in the auditorium at City High…

2019 Theme

In the Realm of the Unseen Deeply inspired by the immersive and evocative soundscapes of this year’s musical Director, Steve Roach. We are honored to announce the theme for ASP 2019: In the Realm of the Unseen: Around us, inside us and within and between the molecules of everything we touch, is a hidden Universe….

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