We're so excited to be partnering with Berani Designs to offer a portrait photo pop-up at the London Nelson Community Center in December!
Portrait photography invites us to explore the question 'Who am I?' in a unique way. Our professional photographer will take multiple photos - some portrait, some at close range - so that you can see yourself from multiple perspectives.
All ages are welcome at this event. The cost is $20 per session plus one photo. All photos will be made available to you after the session so that you can choose your favorite. Additional photos may be purchased for $10 each.
Further details for the event are below. If you have any questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dates: December 3rd, 10th, and 17th
Time: 3 - 6pm
Location: London Nelson Community Center, Santa Cruz
Cost: $20 for the session + one photo
RSVP: not necessary - stop in at any time!
Reminder: Masks are required inside the London Nelson at all times except when being photographed.
The Epicenter's Founder and CEO, Allison Paradise, was interviewed this evening by Len Beyea of KSQD. In the interview, she shares her vision for The Epicenter and discusses with Len the importance of understanding the our connection with ourselves, each other, and the planet.
The press release on Entanglement that was published today highlights the contributions of our incredible team and further explains our vision for the art installation.
Welcome to The Epicenter! We're so glad you're here.
The Epicenter provides an experience of empowerment to students ages 7 -22. We just launched our website, but this project has been 20 years in the making.
As our classes begin, our artwork is installed, and our online community continues to grow, please check back here for the latest news.
We're known for asking open-ended questions that provoke meaningful reflection, so we'll end each post with a question (or two) to explore. For our first post, we'll start with the question that inspired the Open Spaces, Open Minds video series:
What sound does a rock make?