Join Us For the 1st Ever
AWAKENING THE DREAMER, CHANGING THE DREAM
COMMUNITY SUPER SYMPOSIUM
Saturday, Feb 3, 2018 9:30 AM to 5 PM EST
Registration begins at 9:00 AM
Scarfone/Hartley Gallery – University of Tampa
310 North Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606
Arrive to find yourself immersed in the alternative habitats of “When the Water Rises,” Julie Heffernan’s exhibition created in response to environmental disaster and planetary excess, the picture-perfect setting for this extraordinary gathering of Tampa Bay ‘Game Changers’ and citizens.
Together we will examine the challenges and the opportunities we have as a Tampa Bay family to create a better future - COLLABORATIVELY.
We will delve into the unique circumstances of our area and the solutions activists and trailblazers are busy implementing.
We will explore ways to join forces to make our bay area a truly heartwarming and interconnected community to call home.
We will present the three-hour, transformative and riveting Awakening the Dreamer, Changing the Dream Symposium which has inspired and empowered people all over the world to bring forth an environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling, and socially just human presence on the planet.
The time is now to:
AWAKEN to possibilities right here in our region now!
ENGAGE with other creative, kindred spirits now!
COLLABORATE to exponentially multiply all of our efforts now!
DON’T MISS THIS DAY! MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
UNCOVER THE COLLABORATIVE POSSIBILITIES FOR OUR FUTURE
“Together we are Genius” ~ Lynne Twist
Your love donation will be accepted with gratitude at the entrance.
Seating is limited, so please register early.
Bring a "Brown Bag" Lunch & beverages. Please mark it with your name to be placed in the designated eating area and it will be waiting for you at the lunch break. (Refrigeration will not be available.) The intention for the lunch break is to offer opportunities for dialogue during lunch to begin building relationships, and to view the magnificent art exhibit ‘When the Water Rises: Recent Painting By Julie Heffernan’ which will play a role in an afternoon session.
We want to offer you the opportunity, if you are part of an organization, to bring fliers to distribute for your upcoming initiatives and events. We will have a few tables inside the entrance to the gallery to be shared by all. We request that you bring no more than two separate - 8½”x11” fliers (multiple copies to hand out). That way everyone will have some space to promote their organizations events to those interested. We do ask that you refrain from bringing petitions into the R.K. Bailey Arts Studios Building.
Co-sponsors and/or Community Allies to date: Scarfone/Hartley Gallery @ the University of Tampa, Pachamama Alliance Tampa Bay, Suncoast Community Institute of Noetic Sciences, The Connection Partners, The Bridge, Network of Spiritual Progressives, Journey to Joy, Inc., Faith UCC Dunedin, OPEN @ University of South Florida St. Petersburg, OneProtest, University of Tampa Sustainability, Transition Sarasota, Tampa Bay Divestment Coalition, Sunshine State Interfaith Power and Light, Florida Indigenous Rights & Environmental Equality, Pasco Activists, Sacred Lands, Grow Permaculture, PFLAG of Polk County, Florida Voices for Animals, Unity of Tampa, JoAnneSpies@movingsound.org.
Suggested Parking options at the Scarfone/Hartley Gallery: The Rick Thomas Parking Garage is between the W North A St and Fredric H. Spalding Dr. Please park at the higher levels of the garage (there are elevators). The garage is diagonal from the The Scarfone/Hartley Gallery which is located inside the R.K. Bailey Arts Studios Building @ 310 North Boulevard, on the University of Tampa campus. If you turn from W. Kennedy Boulevard onto North Boulevard, go to the first light @ Frederic H. Spaulding Dr. and turn right. The entrance to the garage will be almost immediately on your right. (Garage is on the SE corner of that intersection.) I have check-marked both the garage & the gallery on this map.