Newsletter April 2016
Wisdom Hackers Reboot
How might ancient wisdom help us make sense of our messy modern society? Wisdom Hackers is a global collective of writers exploring big questions about the world in which we live. Foossa's Lee-Sean Huang is author in the collective and has contributed an essay on “The Thinking Body.” He and David Colby Reed are also stewards of the Wisdom Hackers community.
We have recently re-released the Wisdom Hackers anthology to reach new audiences. Subscribe to Wisdom Hackers on The Pigeonhole to receive a fresh essay from us in your inbox every two days.
Visual Storytelling Workshop
Join Foossa's Lee-Sean Huang and Be Social Change on Monday, May 23rd from 7PM to 9PM forVisual Storytelling: Foundational Skills of Digital Communication & Design.
Visual Storytelling is a broad term that encompasses how we tell stories and convey information visually, whether that is through designing a flyer, poster, website, or data visualization, or producing a video. Contemporary computers and mobile devices make it easier than ever for us to tell our stories visually. This course is an introduction for non-designers and people with limited visual storytelling experience to gain a basic understanding of how to more effectively communicate visually.
We will cover the basic principles of visual communications like focus, hierarchy, composition, the law of thirds, and more. We will start to train our eyes to better understand the visual storytelling that surrounds us, and a leave with resources to help us continue our learning.
Learn more and register here. Use code Huang25 for 25% off. We also have one full scholarship available. To apply for the scholarship, please contact us with a short explanation of your interest and need.
Tropical Drum, Dance & Healing Arts Festival
Our friends at the New York Capoeira Center are organizing a mini festival for Brazilian drumming and dance and Thai massage. If you ever wanted to try out these art forms, we hope to see you there.
Brazilian Drumming, Thai Massage & Maculele Intro Classes
Sunday, April 24, 2016, 107 Suffolk Street, 3rd Floor
6:00–6:30pm: Thai Massage Class with Al Turner (pictured above)
6:30–7:00pm: Brazilian Drumming Class with Amarildo “Popó” Costa(pictured below)
7:00–7:30pm: Maculelê (Afro-Brazilian Stick Dance) Class with Mestre Ombrinho
All levels welcome! No experience necessary. Please join us and bring friends for a festive celebration of Tropical healing, dance and music arts. Wear your favorite comfortable dancing clothes.
$10 per class / $20 for all classes / Facebook Event RSVP