Services offered at the Free Space
Did you know about these services we offer at the Minnehaha Free Space? Need to print or copy something? You can do it here! Looking for equipment to show a movie? We can share. And this week we got a new laminator for anyone to use… woohoo!
Printing – Black & white Suggested donation: First 5 pages free, then 10 cents per page
Copying – Black & white Suggested donation: First 10 copies free, then 5 cents per copy
Laminator – Laminate documents, posters, etc Suggested donation: up to 8.5×11 50 cents per sheet, up to 11×17″ 75 cents per sheet
Projector & screen – Borrow our projector and screen for an event. Suggested donation: negotiable. Subject to availability. Borrowers must sign a form agreeing to pay costs in the event of loss or damage of equipment. Contact us for details.
Figure Drawing Co-op – Thursday, 1/24 – 7-9pm
Do you like to draw? Join others to draw together. There will be a model who will pose nude for the group to draw.
The figure drawing co-op will meet every other Thursday, 7-9pm, at the Free Space. The next meeting is 1/24, 7-9pm.
Free Choir – 1/25
This is a new and regularly scheduled (bi-weekly) event at the free space!
This month you can stop by the space from 5-7pm on Friday the 25th.
Come sing and make friends. Bring your voice and songs to share. Feel free to come and go as you wish! Hot tea will be available.
Momo: A 3-part book reading (part 1) – 1/27 – 2pm-4pm
WARNING: THE MEN IN GREY ARE STEALING ALL OUR TIME!
We’re told to work more and more, faster and faster. They say the more we work now, the more time we’ll have later — but we have less! Less time to play, be creative, hang out with friends, be imaginative!
You are invited to a clandestine meeting to help expose the work of the Men in Grey! We will be reading Momo or, the strange story of the time-thieves and the child who brought the stolen time back to the people, by Michael Ende.
Tell your friends! Bring a snack to share! Or do something amazing with that time instead!
Movie Monday: Brave – 1/28 – 6pm
Join us for a kid friendly movie at the Minnehaha Free Space! This month we’re showing “Brave!”
Warm drinks and snacks provided!
Here’s a preview of “Brave!”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEHWDA_6e3M
The Minneapolis Childcare Collective provides childcare in solidarity with queers, women, people of color, and poor people, especially poor mothers of color, who are responsible for a disproportional amount of childcare, often excluding them from participating in projects of social change and resistance. We are a volunteer-run organization that is dedicated to providing high quality child care in order to support parents and caregivers’ involvement in organizations of resistance and community building. For more information check out mplschildcarecollective.wordpress.com
RadFam – 1/31 – 5-7pm
radfam is a discussion group in minneapolis where you don’t have to justify your definition of family. the nuclear, biological family is not the norm here. instead, we are interested in promoting individual autonomy in defining what family means. we discuss issues that are at the intersection of families and social justice. we are committed to supporting reproductive justice, queer politics and radical family planning, recognizing that these are concepts to be talked about and negotiated in community. we we are interested in including, not excluding you so if there is something that raises a question for you or if you’d like to make a suggestion, please reach us at email@example.com.
January meeting: Thursday, 12/31 – 5pm-7pm
Buddhist Meet-up – 1/31 – 7-9pm
More info soon…
To Care is to Struggle: Support in Radical Movements – 2/17 – 5pm
To Care is to Struggle: Support in Radical Movements
17 February 2013 @ 5pm
Minnehaha Free Space – 3747 Minnehaha Ave. Minneapolis, MN
A talk by Kevin Van Meter of Team Colors.
How do radical movements respond to personal crises, trauma, care as well as issues that flow through our everyday lives? Beyond seeing politics as a simply a set of issues and positions, how do we begin to construct new relationships, activities and projects that address issues such as mental health, care, trauma and grief, sexual assault, and interpersonal violence?
This discussion seeks to address some of these questions in two ways: in the specific sense of developing harm intervention systems, creating communities of care, addressing sexual assault and organizing around issues of mental health; and in the general sense of creating movements that don’t see such projects as appendages but rather as a core element in reconstructing our lives, creating movements that self-reproduce themselves, and to forge projects that challenge the social reproduction of capital and the state-apparatus by constructing new forms of life and new social relations.
About the Event:
The event will consist of a short talk followed by a facilitated discussion based on a recent article by Team Colors Collective member Kevin Van Meter called “To Care is to Struggle” published in Perspectives on Anarchist Theory. Copies of Perspectives will be available at the event and can be obtained from AK Press here: http://www.akpress.org/perspectivesonanarchisttheorymagazine.html
About the Speaker:
Kevin Van Meter is a member of the Team Colors Collective and has just relocated to Minneapolis, Minnesota to complete his doctorate in Geography. Van Meter, with Team Colors, co-edited the collection Uses of a Whirlwind (AK Press, 2010) and co-authored Winds from below (Team Colors / Eberhardt Press, 2010). Van Meters’ collaborative and single-authored work has appeared in various radical publications.
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