Acompáñenos para una fiesta de Halloween que celebra el magia de la comunidad en Kensington, Filadelfia. El evento se celebrará en East Monmouth St (entre Kensington Ave y Ruth St) el sábado, 27 de octubre de 1-4pm.

Una banda en vivo, DJ, comida, actividades de narración de cuentos, lecturas de tarot, máscaras, disfraces de Halloween, y más de 15 organizaciones estarán ofreciendo información sobre programas y servicios para la comunidad de Kensington. Los talleres de cuentacuentos en el evento son apoyados por una subvención de PennCares.


Join us for a Halloween themed block party of community magic in Kensington, Philadelphia. The event will be held on East Monmouth St (between Kensington Ave and Ruth St) on Saturday, October 27 from 1-4pm.

A live band, DJ, food, storytelling activities, tarot readings, mask making, Halloween costumes, and over 15+ organizations will be offering information about programs and services for the Kensington community. Storytelling workshops at the event are supported by a grant from PennCares.

Creative Resilient Teens - Info Session

We're inviting Philadelphia youth to explore ideas and create resources pertaining to mental health (more specifically: stigma, access, and the many intersections we experience it).

If you know a teen between the ages of 14-18 years old, we're holding a info session to share more about our collaborative efforts and discuss topics of focus for our 8 week program.

Info session details:
Monday, September 17
4-6pm at Slought (4017 Walnut Street).

Honeygrow snacks will be provided.

We are grateful to the The Velocity Fund, a re-granting initiative by Temple Contemporary and Slought for making this program possible.

Open Studio

Join us on Wednesday, August 22, 2018 from 6:30-9:30pm at Slought for the inaugural Open Studio of the Creative Resilience Collective. Come shape our projects and spark new collaborative opportunities with the Creative Resilience Collective, Slought, and our partners.

The event will also function as a launch party for Slought’s Community MicroFund, a modest fundraising resource to support individuals, families, and small organizations with urgent financial needs pertaining to health, artistic and cultural production, and social welfare.

Proceeds generated by a $7 suggested donation will benefit The Center for Carceral Communities and Project Safe. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Food and drink (including vegan and gluten-free options) will be served. The evening will also feature music by Madam Data (live performance) and Bennett Kuhn (DJ set), with a lay your burdens down tree by Kimya Imani Jackson and a closing ritual by interfaith minister Rhetta Morgan.
Dianne and Meredith, of the Creative Resilience Collective, will host a Deep Listening workshop focused on mental health, using exercises designed by sound pioneer Pauline Oliveros to activate heightened awareness of our external and internal sonic environments. Through intentional, and selective listening you will explore how the sounds of daily life, nature, music, and your own thoughts influence mental health. This workshop is open to all ages and levels of experience.

RSVP and find more details here.

© Creative Resilience Collective, 2018