How can we develop our ethics of mutual aid and committed co-struggle through creative collaboration?
Hey Baby Jamboree is an all-day celebration of families organized by Hey Baby Feminist Parenting Group. Parents, caretakers, and children are invited to participate in activities for all ages that are centered on creativity and community. Mountain House will be facilitating two activities: 1. Pop-up Community (free) Thrift and 2. Where I Live: Onomatopoetic Architecture of Children’s Home-place .
Allowing the invitation into Olga’s project to dove tail with the development of Mountain House, we recognized a mutual benefit in forming a relationship between the two through our shared interest in uprooting norms and practices around the distribution of cultural real estate, authorship, and participation. To this end, WE (tbd) became a test site for the first iteration of Mountain House.
Hekate (Julie and Kristy Lovich) walked 10 miles in the Arroyo Seco riverbed from the Hahamongna watershed to the Sycamore Grove pedestrian overcrossing carrying with them a concrete vessel filled with water from the north side of Devil's Gate Dam. The water was delivered to the foot of a tree at the overcrossing as a gesture toward replicating and honoring the vocation of the once active waterway.