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February 2020

Community Stakeholder Meeting: The May Vigil – What does it look like?

February 25 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
The Airedale, 3605 14th St NW
Washington, DC 20010 United States
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March 2020

Event Proposal Deadline

March 15

This application is for folx WITHOUT a theme camp. If you are part of a Theme Camp, please do not fill out this form as you will have another process. Please be as detailed as possible for intentional consideration to make your event in collaboration with Catharsis on the Mall. Incomplete forms will not be considered.We will keep this open until March 15, 2020  Apply Now

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May 2020

Catharsis on the Mall – A Temporal Haven

May 2 @ 1:00 pm - May 3 @ 1:00 am
Online
Free

Catharsis on the Mall is the culmination of an entire year of planning and organizing. It is a vigil that features lectures, discussions, workshops, community art, music, and unstructured spaces intended to facilitate seeing and healing for wounds in ourselves, each other, and in our society. And as you may know, we have had to postpone our return to the Washington Monument grounds for our 6th iteration of Catharsis on the Mall. But for May, the Catharsis Trunk will be…

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Virtual Spin Jam & Dance Party

May 24 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

We’re excited to team up with Sunset & Chill for an online spin jam/dance party. Tune into Twitch or login to the Zoom call and dance with us! Music line up: 8 to 9 PM - OKAYFINE - soundcloud.com/okayfinemusic 9 to 10 PM - SHAFT XXL - soundcloud.com/shaft-xxl VJ - Nexus If you plan to spin fire please make sure you have a safety and are observing all best practices. Thanks to Steven Warrick for the amazing graphic! Hope to…

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November 2020

Catharsis on Mall: A Vigil for Healing, November 2020, “A Vision of Haven”

November 7 @ 2:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Online

There’s no doubt that the year 2020 has been one the most difficult and challenging years in modern history in America  -- and in the world. Domestically, we have faced political strife, violence, racial and sexual injustice, deep disparity and inequity, widespread uncertainty, isolation and anxiety brought about by a public health crisis, personal and occupational insecurity, pain, loss and fear.  In so many ways, we have been living tenuously through 2020’s crises and traumas. Our normal coping mechanisms -…

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