The Golden Dome School has a booth at the Other Places Art Fair, March 16th & 17th 2019

Please join The Golden Dome School at the Other Places Art Fair. The booth features ceramics by Laura Stinger, fairy photos by Eliza Swann, custom flower essences by Saewon Oh and tinctures, teas and cathartic remedies by Patrick Mansfield and Kwonyin. Fairy, Eliza Swann, 2018 Kwonyin, by Lexi Tsien, 2018 Ceramics by Laura Stinger Season…

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Shape Changing, World Changing

  “Shape Changing, World Changing: A Magician’s Guide to Movement” Joshua Tree, CA January 5th and 6th, 2019 Led by Eliza Swann, Laura Stinger and Patrick Mansfield The Magician can traverse many worlds at will, moving through and mapping a multiverse of realities and dimensions. During this two day intensive, Eliza Swann and Laura Stinger…

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The Resurrection of Care, Los Angeles, CA, 2017

“The Resurrection of Care” 2017 at the Gaylord Apartments SWIMMING POOL 3355 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90010 [wpvideo o0eCz0Aq] The Golden Dome School has begun the tradition of performing “The Resurrection of Care” ritual each year – a short performance that invites Los Angeles artists and mystics to respond to our culture’s violence, ecocide,…

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The Lovers, Artist Residency, 2017

The Lovers: The Entasy and the Ecstasy Wurtsboro, NY September 17th – September 24th, 2017 The faculty members for The Lovers program are: Lily Benson, Brendan Landis, Mandana, Linda Montano, Mollie McKinley, Ariana Reines, and Eliza Swann. “The important thing is not to think much but to love much; and so do that which best…

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Queer Ancestors Rite

October 21st, 7pm – 9pm Los Angeles, Pieter Performance Space SIGN UP HERE Queer Ancestors Rite is open to everyone and this time, will call forth to the altar Xochipilli and Xochiquetzal the Mexica goddex of medicines, flowers, lovers, sex workers, two spirits, art, music, dance and sex. The two goddex are twins and parallels.…

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The Emperor Artist Residency, teaching artist Saewon Oh, Joshua Tree, CA, 2016

Saewon Oh is an herbalist, medicine maker, artist, teacher and founder of Sun Song, a line of handmade herbal remedies designed for meditative and earth-based healing practices. Her work engages creative collaboration with plant consciousness. She teaches workshops, leads tea ceremonies and offers herbal consultations in Los Angeles.

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The Emperor Artist Residency, Joshua Tree, 2016

“The Emperor: Songs for the Arch-Preposterous” Joshua Tree, CA February 28th – March 6th, 2016 Maja D’Aoust, Diva, Asher Hartman, Grace Kredell, Matthewdavid’s Mindflight, Saewon Oh, Eliza Swann “Divine sound is the cause of all manifestation. The knower of the mystery of sound knows the mystery of the whole universe.” ― Hazrat Inayat Khan For…

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The Empress, Artist Residency,Woodstock, NY, 2015

The Empress: Magic is the Science of Love Woodstock, New York Duration: September 20th – 27th Facilitated by: Frank Haines, Dr. Neil Goldsmith, Zeljko McMullen, Linda Montano, Eliza Swann, Christian Toscano “Yes the miraculous does exist, for life is a series of miracles, if we understand by miracle not the absence of cause, but rather…

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The High Priestess, Artist Residency, Joshua Tree, 2015

        THE HIGH PRIESTESS: “The School For Psychic and Water Based Mediumship” Joshua Tree, CA March 27th – April 2nd Facilitated by: Liz Armstrong, Genevieve Belleveau, Maja D’Aoust, Ryan Ingersol, Ron Rege, Eliza Swann, and Laurie Weeks “She alone dares and wishes to know from within, where she, the outcast, has never ceased to…

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Guadalupe Maravilla, The Magician, Artist Residency, Woodstock, NY, 2014

Guadalupe Maravilla (formerly Irvin Morazan) is a multidisciplinary artist  born in EL Salvador and moved to New York city area in the 1980’s as part of the Salvadoran civil war diaspora. Guadalupe currently lives in Richmond VA  where he is a Tenure-Track professor at VCU. He received his BFA from SVA and his MFA from Hunter College. Guadalupe has performed and presented his work extensively…

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