BB Sessions: The Growth Collective, is an hour and a half workshop dedicated to the development and sustainability of mental, physical, and spiritual health for communities of color. We are committed to building the mental health of black and brown youth, through community gathering and discussion.
“Conscious Self Assertion and Black Women’s Identity” will be a writing course on Black women’s existential experience with interpersonal interactions and how systemic pushback affects their self identity.
Are you in a job hunt right now, but want to take your professional materials to another level? Learn the do's and don'ts on what makes an effective cover letter, curriculum vitae, resume, and artist statement.
Body Wellness is an introductory course into Holistic Health & Fitness! Its aim is to raise the collective awareness of the general public about the importance of living an active and health conscious lifestyle.
Body Wellness is a introductory course into Holistic Health & Fitness... It's aim is to raise the collective awareness of the general public about the importance of living an active and health conscious lifestyle. During the "Awakening" we will discuss the 5 components of fitness and general health... in the second portion we will perform a total body workout (stretch, warm-up, workout, cool down, stretch).
A deck of Tarot cards can be a tool to create space for healing. More than just a game or fortune telling, Tarot is a language of images that speaks directly to our intuition. Through learning to read Tarot cards, you will start a conversation with your inner voice, which will guide you towards truth and hope.
These trainings are designed for anyone who thinks they may be near someone experiencing an overdose. Baltimore City community members are encouraged to attend public trainings to learn how to recognize and respond to an opioid overdose. This workshop is brought to you by the Baltimore Harm Reduction Coalition.
Tuesday Night Yoga with Dee Satterfield. All levels are welcome!
This course will serve as an overview of 1) Medical cannabis in Maryland, and 2) Incorporating cannabis therapeutics in holistic health.
A live, hands-on exploration of fresh, local, and whole foods based recipes to share with participants how to clean, cook, and store foods available for sale at the Grow Market.
This class uses the powerful fundamentals of theatrical performance, creative writing and personal storytelling as tools for individuals who have experienced various forms of trauma.
How have we been socialized to look at sex and work? How does this perspective influence policy and how individuals are treated on a macro and micro level? These are a few questions that will be touched upon during this course and how advocates are leading the charge to offer inclusive harm reduction services, continue the struggle against sex worker discrimination and the fight towards decriminalizing sex work on a community and state level.
Team Autobars defies the laws of gravity with creative all core workout sessions. Improving our lives and others with a open minded approach to health and wellness.
A multimedia exploration of the local and national history of independent Black community organizing for social and economic justice.
The literary art form of Spoken Word is present in various social movements and helps to provide a platform for bringing awareness to issues, articulating a vision and motivating large groups to come together for a cause. Spoken Word Artists not only advocate for marginalized individuals and inspire change in their communities, but for themselves. In this session, you will learn how to utilize Spoken Word as an artistic art form, to share your narrative, practice self-care and radical self-love as a means to RESIST. Come ready to REFLECT, WRITE, and SHARE!
Financial Literacy is the ability to understand money, how someone manages to earn or make it, how that person manages it, budget, daily spending journal, setting financial goals. This course will cover the basics of financial literacy.
The GEOLOOM map is an online mapping tool that demonstrates how arts and culture is woven into Baltimore’s neighborhoods and social fabric. The tool is intended for a wide audience, including arts and culture organizations, urban planners, non-profits, researchers, community associations, activists, developers, and residents. This workshop will help attendees navigate the GEOLOOM map as well as demonstrate how the tool can be a resource for communities and the city of Baltimore.
You will learn how to cook seasonal meal in 30 minutes using seasonal produce and/or products from food vendors at the Grow Market. Cooking educators will teach you how to prepare, season, and store fresh produce using few ingredients.
Bruk it out with Mica! A mix of yoga and body-weight workouts. Moving to the flow of Caribbean music.
Reclaiming My Time: How to Earn A Living While Enjoying Your Life" (Jewelry Making Workshop by Crayons&Culture
Yoga Jam is a course for family. All ages, shapes and sizes. In this course, students will explore breath, rhythm, dance, and yoga!
Join us as we affirm our truth in the face of abuse by processing our trauma through poetry and creating dolls.
Radical Technologies: The Design of Everyday Life. Radical Technologies argues that the new technologies transfiguring our lives come at a great cost. From smartphones, artificial intelligence, and virtual reality to cryptocurrency, 3D-printing and the “smart city,” Adam forces us to reconsider our relationship with the networked objects, services and spaces that define us. It is time to re-evaluate the Silicon Valley consensus determining the future.
An oral history of the little neighborhood of Stone Hill starts with the emergence of Baltimore as a major port; the voracious need for canvas in the age of sail; the assemblage of capital to harness water power, build mills, install machinery; and to construct housing for the workers who operated that machinery.
Book Talk with Michael Hardt, Author of Assembly. With the rise of right-wing political parties in many countries, the question of how we organize democratically and effectively has become increasingly urgent.
Everyone is a learner, Everyone is a teacher! Join us at Red Emma's Coffeehouse and Bookstore on Sunday September 17, 2017 3:00pm to learn about how you can teach or learn with the North Avenue Knowledge Exchange.
The course provides learners an intro to cooperatives. Going through the different types of coops (worker, consumer, producer, housing), some of the history of cooperative models, and the different ways cooperatives can be structured and democratically managed.