Beth and Annie came on to the show to talk about their upcoming EcoSexual Manifesto & Symposium event produced by Femina Potens Gallery in collaboration with the Center for Sex & Culture and possible through a grant from the city of San Francisco.
The events will take place at the new Center for Sex & Culture (CSC) at 1349 Mission Street (9th and 10th), San Francisco, CA. More information can be found at their website.
The opening of the EcoSex Manifesto is Friday, June 17, 2011, 7:00-9:30 PM, with the unveiling of new works by Beth & Annie: Ecosex wedding videos and ephemera, new collages, a manifesto wall text and more. During our show Beth & Annie read the Eco-Sex Manifesto.
Beth is a UCSC Professor in the Art Department specializing in three dimensional when she is not flying around the world marrying the Earth and partner, Annie, Ph.D. Artist, Sexecologist, Author, Lecturer Educator , Thespian Pioneering Film Director and Performer. Together, they created the Love Art Lab, a 7 Year Performance Piece inspired by Linda M. Montano’s 14 Years of Living Art. For up to date information and tickets for the symposium see their website, SexEcology.org.
To hear our interview, press the play button: [haiku url=”http://miljkovic.org/old_public_html/nada/aoa61311.mp3″ title=”Chip Lord” graphical=”true”]
Schedule for the event, over the rest of the weekend (June 18 and 19th), the EcoSex Symposium II:\
Saturday, June 18th
Registration, coffee/tea. Get your badge. Coffee, tea and refreshments will be available free throughout the conference. Plus, there will be eco-yummy snacks for purchase.
The Love Art Lab: Assuming the Ecosexual Position
Annie Sprinkle, Ph.D.: WTF is Ecosex? Exploring the Places Where Ecology and Sexology Intersect; An Overview
Elizabeth Stephens: SexEcology-EcoActivism as Art: Stopping Mountain Top Removal
Carol Queen, Ph.D. : The Sexology of Ecosexuality
Robert Lawrence, Ph.D.: Our Bodies Our Ecosexual Selves
Madison Young—Greening the Sex Industry
Serena Anderlini-D’Onofrio, Ph.D.: What is Ecosexual Love? A Guide to the Arts and Joys of Amorous Inclusiveness.
Please join us for a special meal together at CSC $15. Brazennectar & Mister Cream make organic vegan raw ecosexi-lovelicious edibles and sweets.
If you would like to order lunch for Saturday’s Ecosexi-Love-A-Licious Lunch, please order here:
Moderated by Jiz Lee
Tessa Wills: Anal Ecology; A Dedication to the Earth
Penny Slinger: The Dakinis as EcoSexual Ambassadors
Tania Hammidi Ph.D.: Olive Tree Hug
Dylan Bolles & Sasha Hom: The Myth of Ten Thousand Things
4:00-4:30 pm BREAK
Moderated by Sean Feit
Michael Morris: Ecosexuality: Intersections and Interventions in the Construction of Environmental/Sexual Subjectivity
Praba Pilar: The Cyborg Soap Opera
Jennifer Reed: Can the Ecosexual Movement Help to Reintegrate the Human-Environment Rift?
Sha LaBare: Title Forthcoming
6:00-7:30 pm DINNER (In the restaurant of your choice.)
Moderated by Naomi Pitcairn
Amy Marsh, DHS, ACS, CHT: Toxins Ate My Sex Life
Scott Catamas: NonViolent Communication for the EcoSexual Movement
Travis Williams: Environmental Justice in Silicon Valley
Amy Champ: Absolutely Free and Radically Wild—Living Radical Ecology at the Berkeley Tree Sit
9:00-9:15 pm BREAK
Stephanie Iris Weiss: ECO-SEX: Go Green Between the Sheets and Make Your Love Life Sustainable *(Via Skype)
Dr. Sharon Mitchell: The Ecstasy of Gardening
Joseph Kramer, Ph.D.: Somatic Practices for the Ecosexual
Kirk Read:EcoSexual Adventures in the Woods
Sunday, June 19th:
GATHER Coffee/tea, schmooze.
10:30 am-12:00 pm
Open microphone for any symposium participants that want to share their work and thoughts. From 1 to 10 minutes max. This session will close with La Tigressa’s BioSexual Goddess Striptease Poems.
12:00- 12:15 pm BREAK
Moderated by: (As yet unknown.)
Elizabeth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle, Robert Lawrence & Carol Queen, and Madison Young The symposium be adjourned by an EcoSexual Tassel Twirling by Lady Monster.