Re-Charge: A Nap Around the Table
12 - 5 PM April 16 + 17
Charge House @ 2507 Holman Street, Project Row Houses
Charge is excited to invite you to 'Re-Charge: A Nap Around the Table' by Emily Sloan.
This 'Nappening' provides artists and culture makers a specially-prepared place and time to slow down, turn off devices, close their eyes, drift, and reset their inner rhythm before approaching the rest of the day. Eye coverings, ear plugs, and a limited number of cots will be provided. Yoga mats and sleeping bags are also welcome.
Re-Charge will be open 12 - 5 PM on April 16 + 17, 2016 at 2507 Holman Street. Drop ins are welcome.
12:30 PM Sunday, April 17 - a gong bath performed by Satmitar Khalsa.
2 PM Sunday, April 17 - lullabies performed by Dannie Walker.
This event is free and open to artists and culture makers.
This event is initiated by Charge co-organizer Jennie Ash as part of a series of programs exploring the subject of self-care, with consideration given to what individual, community-based and/or collective self care might look like, entail, require, or provoke for artists, curators, organizers, researchers, and educators in Houston.
The Charge house is part of Project Row Houses Round 44: Shattering the Concrete: Artists, Activists, and Instigators curated by Raquel de Anda @ Project Row Houses March 26 - June 19, 2016. Charge is co-organized by Jennie Ash and Carrie Schneider
ABOUT NAPPING AFFECTS PERFORMANCE
Napping Affects Performance (NAP) is a performance and participation project providing community naps in collaboration with various performances, including (but not limited to) collaborations with sound, word, touch, and the delivery of naps to various sites and/or contexts. In May and June of 2010, Napping Affects Performance operated out of Art League Houston with 6 weeks of continuous performances taking place during Art League’s regular hours of operation. Collaborators with this project included: Mari Omori, Kisa Parker, Beth Secor, Julia Claire Wallace, June Woest, Ruby “Lips” Woodward, Art League Houston, El Rincon Social, the Heart of Texas in Nacogdoches, Lawndale Art Center during The BIG Show, Little Woodrow’s, NOTSUOH, and St. Rose College in Albany, New York.
For more information or to book a naptism or mobile nap, please call 713-582-1198 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit:www.nappingaffectsperformance.blogspot.com