60 min Individual Cranial Sacral Unwinding sessions: bringing the nervous system into balance and resourcing the soul with resident artist Rebecca Bruno
sessions are $80 + to make an appointment or ask questions email Rebecca at firstname.lastname@example.org
Stop by for tea or bring your own lunch to this informal meeting with our knowledgable resident artist. Liz will share her knowledge of herbs, recommend the right herb for the situation, and answer any questions. And of course, she will serve herbal tea.
Liz Migliorelli is a western herbalist and magic maker who believes in affordable, accessible, community-based health care and the healing power of plants. She came to the herbal path through her own healing crisis as well as a frustration with the loss of ancestral wisdom and privatization of health care in the United States. Disenchanted by sterile doctor’s offices, she believes in the healing that comes from our own gardens, the local land and our kitchens. She is devoted to encouraging others to find empowerment through self-care and harm reduction, to find healing in a cup of fir tip and strawberry leaf tea, and to find magic in the simple practices that connect us to the Earth.
Flower Essence Consultations are a great way to work with the energetic and spiritual components of your health that are at work. You are asked to come to a session with a prepared intention in order to best decide what flower, gem, animal and environmental essence might be the best fit for you. Liz will craft a blend that is specific for your intention and personal mythology.
Each session will be no more than 30 minutes and will cost $20.
email Liz to make an appointment: email@example.com
We are excited to host a one-day-only trunk sale in our shop with resident artist Lauren Winter. Come try on her beautiful and carefully made garments, and enjoy snacks and drinks with us, on your way to or from work this Friday.
We will also have an exclusive online flash sale on the have company website, so keep an eye on our instagram for listings this Thursday through Saturday....
Lauren Winter just wants to get folks together to meet, hang out, play games, share food, and drink some local beer. Chill out and have fun and make a new friend.
Bring your favorite board game or card game and a dish to pass, or just play what we have and eat what we make.
Oh, and get a sneak peek at Lauren's trunk sale items while you are in the shop.
Join resident artist Taylor McVay (of Blueprints for Sewing) for a clothing swap!
Breathe new life into your old clothes by sharing them with friends and strangers. Enjoy a night of exploring other people’s sartorial history and create outfits of your own. Tell stories about your clothing and transform them into something new.
Taylor will be there to provide alteration and re-fashioning guidance. A sewing machine and hand sewing supplies will be available to alter and modify your finds (no experience necessary!)
Bring up to 2 grocery bags worth of clothing that needs a new home. This is the perfect opportunity to pass on those beloved garments that are never worn or no longer fit. Please bring items that are clean and well-loved but still wearable. ( Leave your worn out tees, socks, and underwear at home. Recycle them as cleaning rags! )
At the end of the night, all leftover clothing will be donated or recycled.
Bring a potluck dish to share, or a $5 donation for Taylor's expertise. Of course no one will be turned away!
Come and share your favorite book. Perhaps read a passage from it, perhaps talk about it, perhaps not if you are too shy, perhaps just come along and hold your book for others to see. Have you read something recently or in your past that spoke to you? Changed your take on things? Helped you make that mountain a molehill? Tif’s been on her own ‘spiritual’ journey made deeper by the written word of others. Lets have our own ‘pop-up’ one night only book club. Share words, share hearts.
This event is free and you can come anytime between 5 + 8pm.
Brandi Harper, knitwear designer and owner of natural knitwear brand purlBknit invites you to spend the day with us. She is teaching a knitting class, cooking for all attendees, building a wall mural during a live performance, and serving love on tap.
Learn to arm knit as a form of mediation and make a Spring Fish Net Scarf setting your intention for this new season. Take a walk around the block or just chill out while the dinner table is set. Eat a light home cooked meal surrounded by good vibes and music. Watch Brandi create a mural made mostly of fiber in a theatrical one-woman play where song, dance and audience participation is the accompaniment. A performance you have to experience to truly understand. We end with a Q&A and sweets. Leave feeling full, happy and a bit more free. $36 all activities & materials included. Come to one part, come to all. Activity descriptions & times below.
Arm Knitting Workshop & Hot Tea | A Crafty Meditation
Join artist in resident @purlBknit for a 2-hour moving meditation where a ball of yarn, your hands and a cup of hot organic tea is all you need to unwind and unleash the creativity within you. In this class you will learn how to knit just using your arms to weave a beautiful lacey fabric. You leave with one Spring Fishnet Scarf. No knitting experience necessary. Materials included in price.
Time: 3 to 5 pm
Dinner is Served | Let There Be Food
Vegan and gluten-free friendly.
Time: 6:30 to 7:30 pm
Meditate by Fiber | A Live Performance
Theatrical play created by purlBknit celebrating fiber, dance and music. Tiny songs, yoga inspired movements and the in motion creation of a wall mural called “Mediate by Fiber”.
We finish up with a Q&A with the artist and something sweet of course!
Follow Brandi on Instagram @purlBknit to watch the event unfold.
Have questions? Email Brandi at purlBknit@gmail.com
Setting Intentions / Contemporary Manifesto Writing with resident artist Danielle Freiman Sunday 4/3 3-5pm
Join Have Company artist in residence Danielle Freiman for a workshop on setting intentions and drafting a contemporary manifesto. Manifestos can be used to declare personal intentions, define a project or creative practice, and provide a framework for a Big idea. Participants will have the opportunity to talk about personal and collective intentions for the present/future, as well as draft a Manifesto zine to keep and share.
The cost of this class includes materials and you will go home with your own Manifesto zine, written by you and assembled by Danielle.
Danielle Freiman is an interdisciplinary artist and currently curates Good Habits, a small business and social art practice in Somerville, MA, featuring handmade zines, jewelry, and written manifestos. She received her BFA from the Studio for Interrelated Media at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Additional work can be found at daniellefreiman.com and @_goodhabits_.
Join Have Company artist in residence Whit Forrester for an afternoon discussion and artists talk. The artist will give a slideshow talk speaking about the evolution of their work through the movements of the planets and stars in their natal chart. The authors work spans queer idenitity, relationship to land, the sacred and divine, disease, Saturn Returns, mercury retrograde, addiction, growing cannabis, and increasingly, sacred geometry and fractal relationships. This talk is going to be an experiment in the application of strategies being developed by the Queer Astrology Roadshow. At the end of this talk we will be making a collective experience geared around transformation using crystal bowls.
COST : $5 - $70 sliding scale , NOTAFLOF (just come)
Anyone giving over 30 bucks is also purchasing a tarot reading sometime in the 2 weeks after the 28th.
Eliza Fernand will host a stich-in for reproductive rights as part of artist Chi Nguyen's activist project, Draw the Line: 5.4 Million and Counting. Come embroider for reprodcutive rights in Texas, and have your work become part of a quilt to be used at the Supreme Court rally on March 2nd, 2016.
All materials and intruction will be provided by Eliza, there is no cost, and you are welcome to drop in for any amount of time.
ABOUT THE PROJECT:
On March 2nd, 2016, the United States Supreme Court will hear the most important reproductive rights case in almost 25 years. The decision will determine whether Texas can shut down nearly all abortion care providers in the state and prevent 5.4 million women of reproductive age from accessing the healthcare they need.
Using craft as activism, artist Chi Nguyen — in partnership with the Textile Arts Center and the Center for Reproductive Rights — is holding a series of stitch-ins to make physical the number of women whose right to safe and legal abortion is currently at risk. With each line representing an individual woman, the 5.4 Million and Counting project is only finished when all 5.4 million lines are embroidered.
The public is invited to Draw the Line by joining the embroidery process at the stitch-ins, or by sending in your own 10×10” swatches with as many tally marks (卌) as you would like to embroider. All swatches will be patched onto a larger quilt to be used at the Supreme Court rally on March 2nd, 2016.
Learn more here:
Wimmins Bizness PotLuck
Thursday February 25 at 6pm
Women-run Business Potluck
Are you a woman who runs a business, project or non-profit? Or want to start one? Join residents Rachel Berks (Otherwild) and Sarah Williams (Women's Center for Creative Work), for a casual conversation about how they started their business and nonprofit, lessons they've learned, resources that have helped, the challenges they've faced and the rewards of doing this kind of work. They hope others will come with their stories, advice, and questions! Bring a dish or drink to share.
more about Courtney here: http://courtneyknight.com/
Artist in residence Will Owen & local dance artist Marlee Grace are teaming up to bring you an informal class/showing/workshop of music and dancing
Will & Marlee will share some of their own knowledge of the art of improvising as musicians and dancers as well as collaborating - and then we can all practice and experiement together! Our friends Amy Wilson (Dance in the Annex) & Fiona Dickinson will be joining us as well, and we take on the idea that everyone is a teacher, so we'll all be learning from each other
Class is $12 at the door or sliding scale, no one turned away, beginners welcome!
Have Company is pleased to present ‘Seriality in the Archive’. A selection of works by Jeff Kraus and Chris Cox.
In both artists practices the archive functions as a index that is pulled from to create new works. Selections from the archive are transformed through repetition and re-use.
Jeff Kraus has created a personal hieroglyphical library that is reoccurring in works, continually re-contextualized these symbols find new meaning and connotation as new works are created using the same library.
Chris Cox takes his personal archive of photographs and through literal reconsideration, construction, and re-imaging the photographs and figures original relationship is reconsidered as the pictures become new works entirely.
Opening reception on January 8, 2016 from 6-9 pm. Light refreshments will be served.
Exhibition on view through Friday, February 26.