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“Arts for a Green Future†Free Community Workshop Series

The arts express the values and hopes of a community, providing tools to share ideas and build connections. LA Cultural Affairs Artist-in-Residence Joselyn Wilkinson, and Holy Nativity Episcopal Church in Westchester present the “Arts for a Green Future†program, offering free monthly workshops to enrich the Los Angeles Westside community with a mission of creative expression and environmental sustainability. Each month, participants will gather for the fun and participatory DrumCircle and RhythmSong workshops, culminating in a community “Summer Solstice†performance June 21, 2011.

DrumCircle!
The first instrument was the drum, and all cultures of the world express themselves through rhythm. With over fifteen years’ experience, Joselyn Wilkinson (founder of ADAAWE) leads DrumCircle with basic drumming technique, African rhythms and improvisational creativity. In a fun, supportive environment, we will learn and play together!

RhythmSong!
Everyone has a voice, and everyone has the power to improvise and create with words and melody. You will be guided in a supportive environment as you create with other participants on a team. Through guided imagery, free-form writing, rhythm work and creative sharing, you’ll be amazed at the original music you’ll create together and at the power of your own voice!

Explore your individual creativity, build community and have a great time through music and rhythm. Exploring personal and environmental themes, we will create original work for a community performance on the Summer Solstice – June 21, 2011. Sign up today to participate in this incredible free workshop series!

• Holy Nativity Episcopal Church
6700 W. 83rd Street in Westchester
Reserve your space in the series today!
310.962.6534 – info@joselynwilkinson.com

• DrumCircle meets 1st Sat. of each month
November 6th – June 21, 2-4PM.

• RhythmSong meets 3rd Sat. of each month,
November 20 – June 21, 2-4PM.
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