There is no Grove of Artemis in March. Due to our busy ritual schedule for the next few months, the next Grove of Artemis will be on Saturday, April 20, 2013.
There is no Brotherhood of the Moon in March. Due to our busy ritual schedule for the next few months, the next Grove of Artemis will be on Saturday, April 20, 2013.
Please note new time and location!
CAYA’s Equinox of Joyful Vows (Ostara)
Saturday, March 16
7:30 PM (doors are locked once the circle is cast at 7:45)
The Home of Truth Spiritual Center, in the Sanctuary, 1300 Grand Street, Alameda
$10 donation requested
The Bloodroot Honey Priestess Tribe
Equinox of the Divine Creatrix
Friday, March 22
Doors open at 7:45PM, doors locked at 8:15PM when circle is cast
2121 Bonar Street, Berkeley, Studio C
$10 donation requested
Clothing is optional
In the spirit of our recent Tribal transformation, although we reserve the right to maintain whatever space is appropriate for future rites, this rite welcomes all self-identified women.
CAYA Fun For Everyone Event
Jennybach Arts Reception
Reception Friday, March 1, 6:00-9:00PM
show continues through March 31
Blue Danube Coffee House, 1333 Park Street, Alameda
Rideshares available from CAYA Fun For Everyone - see below
Jennybach, aka Jenny Wilde, aka Doyenne Rowan Nightshade of the Bloodroot Honey Priestess Tribe, has an art show on exhibit at The Blue Danube Coffee House.
“Featuring cut-paper collage on panel and mixed-media shadowboxes, Jenny's art delves into the surreal realm of dreams, tarot archetypes, and women's history.”
“When I close my eyes and sit very still, I can feel the ebb and flow of the perpetual motion of life. It pulses in all of us, but we generally do not choose to observe it. That is unfortunate - a great loss. Tiny pieces of matter and energy are continually swirling around and through us: great waves and tiny ripples. We spend most of our lives oblivious to them, yet, quantumly, we are always penetrating and being penetrated by people, rocks, cats, freeways, thoughts, light.
I don’t have any answers, or, rather, I have many answers, but they may or may not apply to the question at hand. The question that my existence answers is not one I know. However, I enjoy that mysterious conundrum - it pleases me greatly. I don’t need an answer; I am gratified by the process of seeking. The exploration of the question is its own reward. My work does not provide answers either, but, I hope, it poses a great many questions. Some of them are more obscure than others, but there is beauty in regarding the unknowable, as well.”
Rideshares available from CAYA Fun For Everyone!
Cross Sidhe has 3 seats available.
To arrange a ride, please contact him at email@example.com
CAYA Fun For Everyone Event
CAYA Fun For Everyone Ride Share And Outing
Saturday, March 2, 7:00PM-3:00AM
Public Works, 161 Erie Street, San Francisco
$20, $15 with donation of art supplies
Cross Sidhe says:
“Three seats open for Burnal Equinox. Door to door pick up and drop off is possible. Confirmation for seats in my ride share will be sent out by email/FB, Must pay for admission. Donations for gas/toll are not required but gladly accepted. If you would like to form another CFE ride share please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Arrival Time: Will Be Arranged
“Burning Man presents…Burnal Equinox 2013 Flambe Lounge art salon and mixer!
Art - Music - Performance - Theme Camps - Video Artistry - Technology - You!
21+ over venue
$20; just $15 with donation of art supplies for Hospitality House art program
(*see needed supplies below)
Dress: Anything from Abacus to Cyber-Absurd!
Come at 7:00PM for special ROBOT Happy Hour mixer + drink specials!
Burnal Equinox is our first community salon and mixer of the year and we look forward to YOUR participation! Ramp up your Radical Self-Expression and join a wide variety of performers, artists, theme camps and friends at this creative salon to encourage arts collaboration in the Bay Area.
Our Theme: Technology As Savior!
Through a multitude of technological devices we have expanded our sense of what is real, what is possible, how we relate and what we find gratifying. We can text one another instantaneously across oceans, meet and converse online with groups of strangers at any given moment about the trajectory of asteroids, express our opinions to political leaders via e-mail, and expand our social network of ‘friends’ seemingly without limit! We watch reality shows about other’s lives and create better virtual versions of ourselves as we fly through the Interwebs in enhanced real-time. Miraculous devices have become so ingrained in who we are, how we work, think and relate that we could not imagine life without them or the immediacy and satisfaction they offer. And why would we?! Technology is SAVING our economy and way of life, even as it reinvents everything!
It is magic AND salvation! Or is it an addictive form of social euphoria? Maybe both.
We encourage you to embody and interpret this theme as you feel inspired, to bring some form of technology - whether an eggbeater or a mainframe; and merge with Technology to create a living altar to technologies - past, present and future!
…And if we can’t save the day, well… at least we’ll make a good night of it!
So, whether you come as a GIZMOpolitan, a GADJETarian, a Technopheliac…or skip all the BITS and BYTES and come as you truly are - we look forward to seeing you and creating a most unusual immersive social environment TOGETHER!
*Art Supplies To Bring For Discount: Supplies especially needed are watercolor brushes and paints, watercolor 140’ paper, quality marker sets, canvases, working sewing machines with all necessary parts included, and craft and jewelry supplies. These materials are provided to homeless and poor artists as a means of self-expression and economic support. Thank you for your generosity!
Interested in using this event to share your artistry or find creative collaborators for your projects? email:email@example.com”
CAYA’s Ball for the Bees - postponed until 2014
Ball for the Bees will be back in 2014, bigger, better, and buzzier!