Community Bike Conference – May 14-16
Come to New Orleans for a convergence of bike coops, non-profit bike shops, bike libraries and bike folks interested in bicycles as transportation, recreation and revolution. “We want to talk about how we function (or don’t) as part of our communities, how we work together, how we started and how we’ll continue. Let’s meet, talk and have fun!” Workshops, dance party, bike parade (bring costumes.) Free, but contact them to let them know you’re coming and to figure out where it will be — PO Box 72581, New Orleans, LA 70172, 504-944-0366, email@example.com
Wild Earth 2004
– May 24-30
Wild Earth is an annual gathering of activists, anarchists, communitarians, elves, faeries, permaculturists, taoists, soverigntists, punks, primitivists and the like. This will be the 6th annual gathering and is promising to be the best yet. United in the belief that another world is possible and engaged in the process of making it so. There will be a wide selection of workshops, skillshares and discussions. Contact us if you would like to offer an activity during the gathering. Take a look at the website for updated info. People are welcome from far and wide, travel subsidies may be possible if needed (contact us in advance). Mt. Elphinstone Sunshine coast, BC, Canada.
AMC 2004 in Bowling Green, Ohio will feature sessions on making, networking, and celebrating independent media projects. This year’s AMC will also feature the second annual Symposium on Media Literacy in Education with workshops and lectures geared specifically toward educators of all stripes. Also on the bill is an all-day independent film festival slated for Saturday, and of course plenty of entertaining activities throughout the weekend. We’re also excited to announce that this year’s AMC will be held in Bowling Green State University’s new state-of-the-art Student Union, which offers us an ideal environment for both getting down to business and spending quality time networking. For pre-registration forms, session proposal forms,etc.: www.clamormagazine.org/amc