Last Day of School: In Search of a Well-Composed Ending
@ Lucky Pierre
Opening Sunday, December 20th, from 2PM - 3PM
Heather & Michael of LPFU want to thank the amazing presenters from both the Spring and Fall sessions
This Sunday for the final Lucky Pierre Free University Homeschool 2020 session, we will explore complex endings. During these darkest days of the winter solstice, let’s ask ourselves what we want and need from this present moment suspended between multiple endings and beginnings as they overlap and co-exist? The pandemic is ending but has not ended–it rages on while a vaccine is distributed. A deadly presidency is ending but has not ended–he rages on with a transition underway. 2020 will (at last) come to an end and take Homeschool with it.
Final assessment discussion for the class:
-What can we take from this liminal moment of tangled endings and beginnings?
-What will safety mean to us going forward?
-What do we want the future to look like?
-When should we let go of fear? (How do we manage fear?)
…and finally, an OPTIONAL ASSIGNMENT:
-What is a well-composed ending?
All in attendance are invited to share a favorite ending–a final page or paragraph from a book, poem, or play–to read to the group (volunteer readers will be available for the shy folks!)
Let’s do what LPFU does best – think, discuss, and create together, and then have drinks.
M & H
Please register for class by filling out our very short google form. You will receive a zoom link upon registering, and again in your email on the day of the event.
Lucky Pierre Free University was established in 2012 as a free art school focused on community-based group learning. LPFU classes, seminars, and events are open to all.
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