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Sunday, March 18 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Thinking Outside the Circle

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Thinking Outside the Circle: Community Ritual as Art

Learn how 4 experienced ritualists, under the curatorship of well-known visionary artist Paul B. Rucker, created memorable celebrations of the seasonal "stations of the solar year" for the Northern Dawn Covenant of the Goddess (NorDCoG) community in 2011. 

How did they approach drama, dance, music, pictorial art, poetry and literature as resources for public rituals that explored the traditional narrative of the Seasons in fresh and distinctive ways? 

These ritualists, along with Steven Posch -- poet, scholar and ritual actor, will present more details about their methods of crafting exciting and artistic rituals. Questions and general discussion to follow.

 


Speakers
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Frater Barrabbas

Frater Barrabbas is an Alexandrian Witchcraft elder and long time practitioner of ritual magick. He has four books in print, and will publishing a forthcoming book on the Qabalah, due out in March 2013 with Llewellyn. He has over 30 years of experience with witchcraft, paganism, ritual magick and western occultism.
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Veronica Cummer

Veronica Cummer is a priestess, poet, artist, and author. Her books include "Sorgitzak-Old Forest Craft," and "To Fly By Night-The Craft of the Hedgewitch."
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Steven Posch

Steven Posch -- poet, scholar, linguist -- is one of the Twin Cities' foremost men-in-black. He is the current keeper of the Minnesota Ooser.
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Paul B. Rucker

Artist/Writer/Ritualist
Paul B. Rucker paints, draws, and assembles mythopoeic art from a Pagan perspective and is also a writer and ritualist. His work is known in North America, Australia, and Europe. A co-founder of the Third Offering gallery, he is also a core member of the Minneapolis Collective of Pagan Artists (MCPA), which promotes greater visibility of Pagan arts and culture in the upper Midwest, as well as interfaith outreach through arts.


Sunday March 18, 2012 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Park 1

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