Shoreline welcomes City Meditation Crew for art walk focusing on mindfulness

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

City Meditation Crew
A member of the nationally-recognized performance art group “City Meditation Crew” (CMC) will lead two 1.5 hour walks in the urban forest of Hamlin Park (16006 15th Ave NE) in Shoreline on Saturday, October 21 (9:00am-10:30am; 2:30pm-4:00pm).

An imaginary city department complete with its own uniforms, CMC “travels the U.S.to work with local groups… to call attention to local water ways, landscapes, and community interests via silent, moment-to-moment experiences rooted in the arts, culture and well-being for planet and society.”

As a guest of the Shoreline Public Art Program and Shoreline Walks Program, CMC developed Many Colors of Green, a collaborative project that involves contemplation in the forest and the use of smartphones to capture different colors of green. 

CMC will sample workshop participant photographs of greenery to create large scale banner artworks in the coming months.

The program is free and open to a limited number of participants. To be a part of Many Colors of Green, contact Marianne Johnson, City of Shoreline Recreation Assistant at 206-801-2638. Let us know your name, number of participants and event time(s) you would like to participate in. The walks begin at the 2nd parking lot by playground in Hamlin Park.

In case of rain, date will be rescheduled to Sunday, October 22nd (same times and locations).

Funding for City Meditation Crew’s Shoreline Walks event is made possible, in part, with a generous grant from 4Culture’s Tech-Specific Program and Michigan Technical University.



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