When: Sunday, June 18th from 2 PM
Where: Arboretum Belmonte (Generaal Foulkesweg 94-A, 6703 DS Wageningen)
In Decolonising Botany, artists and practicioners Müge Müge Yılmaz and Weaving Realities Collective (Aldo Ramos and Yuchen Li), will take us into an interactive performance, a teaser event to 'Heksenkruid. Decolonising Botany' in the summer 2024.
*The performers The Water, The Soil, The Jungle III by Turkish-Dutch artist Müge Yilmaz pop up in unexpected places in the Belmonte Arboretum.
*The artist collective Weaving Realities is hosting the workshop "Thinking - Feeling with a Living Earth," based on the question of whether water can play a role in changing our relationship with the world?
Curator: Mirjam Westen
Sign up at firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a maximum of 20 participants. And bring your water bottle! Gather at the tea garden in the arboretum.
Rituals for Decolonization
When: Wednesday, June 14th from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Where: Lumen 1(B.023) Building in Wageningen (Droevendaalsesteeg 3a, 6708 PB Wageningen)
In Rituals for Decolonization, with Fazle Shairmahomed, you are invited to develop a personal and communal understanding of ancestry rooted in spiritual practices of meditation, writing, body movement, dance, multi-sensorial stimulation, altar making, and group talks.
The aim is to create a decolonial safer space where we can develop an understanding of what communal healing could look like in a society that is continuously coming into existence through colonialism. The history and reality of different people who were forced to migrate still exist in systems today, in which people are being marginalized, oppressed and excluded.
Fazle Shairmahomed creates decolonizing rituals, performance art, and dance. Their work is rooted in ancestral work and intersectional activism.
Spots are limited, you can sign up here
Active Hope Series
When: Thursdays, 1, 8, 15 June
Where: Wageningen (location to be announced after registration)
In a series of three events on the ''Work that Reconnects'' we will dive deeper into the Spiral of Joanna Macy, Buddhist scholar, eco-philosopher and activist. The Spiral offers a framework for personal and collective transformation, and has been used by many individuals and groups to find hope and inspiration in challenging times.
Spots are limited, you can sign up here!
Seminar Series: Post-Capitalist Food Futures
Join our seminar series in collaboration with the Center for Space, Place and Society where we are invited to imagine post-capitalist food futures with amazing guest speakers. The talks will range from feminist, decolonial, and Indigenous perspectives on our current food systems.
Degrowth and Agri-Food Systems: Current debates and future research directions with Giuseppe Feola and Laura van Oers
May 25 / Gaia 1st Floor / 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Who Stirs the Pot? Class, care, and food sovereignty in South Africa
with Khayaat Fakir
June 8 / Impulse Speaker's Corner / 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Let's Talk About Mama's Food: A critical, decolonial, Indigenous perspective about our food systems with Chautuileo Tranamil
June 22 / Impulse Speaker's Corner / 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM