You are invited to visit Mother Earth in hospice.
Artist-in-Residence Felecia "Fe Love" Lenee portrays "Mother Earth" in an interactive performance titled "A Compassionate Cure to Climate Chaos". Attendees are invited to share ideas, make videos testimonials and create a space that inspires compassion, prosperity, love and healing energy - so that “Mother Earth” can recover.
“Community Healers” will also share artwork made during Compassionate Therapy Labs organized by Fe Love throughout the month of July.
Felecia Lenee, better know as Fe Love to her fans, she is on the Leadership Teams for CompassionateCalifornia.org, Emerging Arts Leaders/ Los Angeles and co- founder of the Compassionate ARTS IN ACTION. She works as the Youth Program Director and Creative Strategist for the national project, Posts for Peace and Justice. Fe Love is the host and creator of the Artist Eclectic pLAygROUND, a “pop-up” event space that supports new as well as established artists and innovative entrepreneurs primarily in the Pasadena and Greater Los Angeles area. She Felecia has a B.F.A. from CALARTS where she trained as an actress. Her goals are to support youth, with a focus on health, public safety and social and environmental justice. Felecia's recent public appearances highlighting youth include: March for Our Lives, Los Angeles, CA; Youth Action Summit, Memphis, TN, the U.S. Human Rights Network National Conference, Atlanta, GA. and the 26th Anniversary of the American Disabilities Act, at the White House. Felecia Lenee is a healer and a certified massage therapist with a concentration on energy balancing. She has been in 16 films, has over 25 years of performing live on stage as a host and entertainer and in several podcasts promoting racial, gender equality and justice for all.
Organized by artist Felecia “Fe Love” Lenee Williams, “A Compassionate Cure to Climate Chaos” is the third project in “Nourished” . “Nourished” is a curatorial project inspired by Dominique Moody’s “Our Garden of Dreams,” a mobile community garden completed at the end of 2018. Artists and culture workers were asked to engage with the theme of nourishment over the course of a one month residency culminating in workshops and an exhibition of work intended to nourish the body, creativity, nature, identity, and community.