Bring Sun Screen!! To help you enjoy these additional activities at Waterstock…
The Beehive Design Collective is a wildly-motivated, all volunteer, activist-art collective dedicated to “cross-pollinating the grassroots” by creating collaborative, anti-copyright images for use as educational and organizing tools. We work anonymously as word-to-image translators of complex global stories, gathered and shared through first hand conversations with affected communities.
Our artwork will be displayed at Waterstock and we will be hosting a workshop from 1-2 pm which will use storytelling and metaphor to explain the forces institutions and dynamics of global capitalism and will also look at grassroots struggles for sovereignty, dignity, and the protection of natural systems – with a special focus on water.
Yoga! We are pleased to be able to share yoga with the community at Waterstock. Water and yoga are inextricably connected and this has lead us to feel that Waterstock is an important place for us to unite. Our collective of yoga instructors are all certified and experienced in instructing participants of all levels. Join us at 2PM for a gentle flow inspired by the element of water (learn more about the instructors).
And at 3pm… ShantiMaya Kirtan is Betty M. Ovejas and Bill Smeaton, a husband and wife team from the KW, who have been practicing Bhakti Yoga through Kirtan for more than five years. Having trained with David Newman, Sean Johnson and Brenda McMorrow, ShantiMaya started leading Kirtan in 2014, taking traditional Sanskrit mantras and layering them upon original melodies played on harmonium and classical guitar.
Remember – For those who can’t make it but support our vision of Water for Life, Not Profit and want to “be with us in spirit”, please purchase Watershares!