Hello to those of you dwelling in and around Portland, Oregon! What’s up? How’s it going? Any juicy questions you’ve been pondering about which you’d like to think together?
Well, as you might (or might not!) know, one of the central aspirations of the Gero-Punk Project is to create the causes and conditions for coming together to reflect upon and discuss Big Questions about our travels through the life-course. And so, on April 17th, from 2:30-4:30 p.m., we will be convening our second Gero-Punk Salon of 2o16 (with the wonderful support of Elders in Action).
Here are the details. Scroll down for more information!
The questions we’ll be exploring together during the Salon are:
How does music accompany our travels through the life-course?
When you envision yourself in the outer reaches of your life-course, what are the songs in your soundtrack?
Also — and this question takes courage to ponder:
From the vantage point of where you are and who you are now in your travels through the life- course, when you contemplate your own dying process, what songs might you want to be listening to as you greet the Great Unknown?
All are welcome, so please join us for an afternoon of play, creativity, and thinking together! (Hey–feel free to bring some songs to share!)
–Jenny Sasser (and Dana Rae Parker, co-host and creator of the concept for and splendid art promoting this Gero-Punk Salon)
P.S. Have more questions about what we’ll be up to? Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.