Symposium

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Cross Campus

929 Colorado Avenue

Santa Monica, CA 90401

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Space for co-creativity and play; hosted fortnightly.

About this Event

📝Symposium is a fortnightly gathering in space for 📝co-creativity and 📝play; making time to make fun. In a time spent without purpose, and in a space created without expectation, we will find true Self.

We believe real 📝intimacy comes not from telling about yourself, but from joint creativity, a form of play that brings out your true qualities and invites you to demonstrate those aspects of your character.

Youth isn't the time for play, it's play that keeps us youthful.

We warmly encourage you to bring a play thing to share with the group. This could be a toy, an instrument, a curious object, or a playful friend.

We kindly request that you contribute a small gift to our play space. This could be a drink, a snack, or something from our wishlist.

Questions? Click and explore any of the 📝 links here for context or send a message to Brian(+bot) at (310) 455-8836.

Frame

6:00 PM — Doors open and setup begins

7:00 PM — Player arrival and greeting

7:15 PM — Welcome and pre-frame

7:20 PM — Co-creativity and play

9:00 PM — Communal effort and cleanup*

We welcome you to hang around after 9PM (many do).

Gratitude

We are so happy and grateful for our new gathering space at, and gifted to us by, 📝Cross Campus. More than just space, the staff have provided an abundance of support and are just as eager as us to play.

The magic of the 📝O+Cross Campus partnership is made evident by the manner in which it manifested. Seeing us through the windows of our old space while walking his dog, 📝Ronen Olshansky, the founder of Cross Campus, wandered in with curiosity and stayed to play. Within hours, he had gifted us space. Within days, resources and support.

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Cross Campus

929 Colorado Avenue

Santa Monica, CA 90401

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