APICC is proud to present ACROSS INNER LANDSCAPES at REIMAGINING HORIZONS, an outdoor showcase of performances taking place on Sunday, June 4 as part of Tenderloin Sunday Streets.
Connect with the wild elements within …
ACROSS INNER LANDSCAPES is a community earth altar experience and offering of ritual beauty. Beauty that nourishes, that uplifts, that affirms life, that connects us to the aliveness in our sensual bodies.
Sourcing Earth elements in the form of local and ancestral flowers, leaves, seeds, minerals … we will honor the Ohlone land upon which we dwell and the lands of our lineages to co-create a community mandala / earth altar where we are invited to release our sorrows, give thanks, celebrate our joy and call in the futures we dream of. We will reclaim who we are as beauty-bearers, as beloved, as healers and changemakers. We will remember our possibility, our abundance, our expansiveness. We will remember ourselves whole.
Connecting with the Earth is spirit work — it’s where we find our deepest healing. Our ancestors knew this. This is an invitation to remember. We will traverse our inner landscapes and create acts of beauty and connection with each flower, leaf, and seed, lovingly placed. In doing so, we re-discover and re-imagine the horizons of possibility for our selves, our communities, and our dreams.
Earth altar plant materials generously donated by: Gardens of Golden Gate Park, Heart of City Farmers Market, Lunaria Flower Farm, Sisterhood Gardens
Producing Artist : Terry Lily Hwang
Movement Director : Patricia Baretto Ong
Movement Artists : Kim Requesto, SPULU, tashi tamate weiss
Held on-site at Tenderloin People's Garden, 324 Larkin Street, San Francisco, 94102.
Garden opens 11:00am
This event is part of APICC x Sunday Streets Tenderloin, and is free and open to the public.
Advance registration is requested. Walk-ins are welcome.
ABOUT THE PRODUCING ARTIST: Terry Lily Hwang (@terrylily) is a born and raised daughter of San Francisco who continues to be raised up by her city’s tradition of artistry and vision. She is Taiwanese American by way of Cantonese, Toishan, Hokkien, and indigenous Taiwanese ancestry, first generation born into San Francisco Chinatown. As a multi-dimensional creative, she weaves earth elements, ritual, verse, and movement into expressions of sacred beauty, cultivating ceremonial spaces for community and collective healing.
324 Larkin St
San Francisco, CA 94102
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