ChitChat: TAROT + THE NOTORIOUS B.I.G.
Thursday, March 9
Doors @ 6:30 pm / Program begins @ 7 pm
REGISTRATION REQUESTED - CLICK HERE
Suggested $10 donation advance, $15 door | FREE for UCCS students and GOCA PAC members
Seating is first-come, first-served - we recommend arriving early to guarantee preferred seating.
Andye Murphy, the Rock'n Roll Shaman, will chat about tarot. Dr. Michael Sawyer, political philosopher and assistant professor at Colorado College, will talk about The Notorious B.I.G..
ChitChat is a series of mash-up talks on contemporary culture and DIY topics. Each program features two speakers, hands-on and participatory learning, and a whole lot of lively conversation. This program sparks diverse discussions on contemporary life-specifically in the Pikes Peak Region-and features some of the most interesting minds in Colorado Springs. We are in our 6th season of this popular series; join us and reserve your seat today!
ChitChat tickets include snacks + beverages, two speakers, lively conversation, and more fun than you can shake a stick at.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Andye Murphy is a healer, shaman, teacher, writer, mama, rebel, truth-teller, and soul-seer. In woo-woo terms, she has been trained in multiple lifetimes for her current role as the Rock 'n Roll Shaman. With past memories and abilities intact, her skills are cultivated from past-life initiations, intense shamanic teachings, and spontaneous activations from the ArchAngels, Ascended Masters, and the Golden Elohim. She carries a full-time practice in her Arvada office, as well as via phone & Skype. A Cancer in five houses, with rich intuition, spot-on accuracy and a deep empathy for the current challenges of the Spirit, Andye offers a profoundly personal space for healing and remembering, and for general soul delight.
Dr. Michael Sawyer has a Phd (2015) in Africana Studies from Brown University, a B.S. in Political Science from the United States Naval Academy (Annapolis, Maryland), and Master's degrees from the University of Chicago's Committee on International Relations (International Security Policy) and Brown University's Department of Comparative Literature. Michael takes an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the revolutionary potentiality, aspirations, and praxis of subaltern political subjects. His work is primarily in political philosophy and he employs political theory/philosophy, critical race theory, literary theory, history and aesthetics to assemble analytical tools that seek to resolve the mystery of subjects in transition. His single-authored manuscript Homo Liminalis: The Tears of the Caterpillar as well as a text co-written with Jamal al-Amin (formerly H. Rap Brown), The Book of the New School (H.) Rap (Brown) Game is currently under review.
6:30p doors open; 7p program starts