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Monday
May122014

Killin' It 088: Altars As Art Forms

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OPENING RECEPTION JUNE 6TH 7-10 p.m.

CLOSING RECEPTION JUNE 20TH 7-10 p.m.

987 Flushing Ave, Brooklyn, NY

Altar: An elevated place or structure, as a mound or platform, at which religious rites are performed or on which sacrifices are offered to gods, ancestors, etc.

Altars were created as places to offer, interact, and worship with the unseen. Over years they have been adopted to almost every major religion, each paying
homage to the beliefs and offering a sacred place to worship. As practices developed individuals took to creating their own hallowed places delving into the worlds of self, ancestry, nature, the muse, and the realm of spiritual creating a memorial to the sacred.

Using wall altars as inspiration "Altars as Art Forms" explores the immersive aspect of creating a sacred space, a ritual room that once you enter becomes a portal into the magical world. This will be an immersive gallery and ritual experience. Audience will be allowed to interact with the altars leaving petitions and small offerings. There will be both indoor and outdoor altars as well as ambient video/music, tea, and spirits.


TAYLOR MEAD•DARIA HLAZATOVA•GREG JAMIE •PHILLIP ENGLISH•K LENORE SINER•
MELISSA DOWELL•GOTHIC HANGMAN•WES FREED
•KAT MON DIEU•KAT TORONTO•WALTER SICKERT• MADELEINE LE DESPENCER•DAME DARCY•
SAMANTHA LEVIN•ALLISON SOMMERS
SHERENE VISMAYA SCHOSTAK•JULIET ESCORIA•
MEESHA GOLDBERG•LONESOME LIZ•STEVEN GLICK
•ELLI STEFANIDI•RACHEL RABBIT WHITE•

AUDIO VISUALS BY WPC
MUSIC BY JILL TRACY
CURATED BY KATELAN FOISY

SPIRITS WILL BE SERVED • FINE TEAS FROM MADAME ZUZUS

By William Patrick Corgan

Tuesday
Apr292014

Crosses Palm With Silver 037: Online Tarot Intensive

  • Learn the meanings of the cards, numerology, astrology, and symbolism

  • Strengthen intuitive readings

  • Simple systems for interpreting the cards

  • Learn to read the cards without relying on a book

  • Create confidence in readings

  • Finding a spread that works for you

  • Design a personal system to give you a firm foundation in tarot

  • Interact with the cards through meditation to further your connection

With no classes to attend, this course allows you the freedom to learn and explore through five video lectures, twenty-two guided meditations, private group chat, and exercises. You can take as little or as much time as you need to learn these techniques and really dive into the mysterious depths of the tarot.

 

Using this structure you can embark on your own journey with the tarot as well as check in with me and other students in the private group. There are no tests or grades for this course, it is a set of tools to help create the path that works best for you. By the end of this course you will have both the skills and knowledge to be a skilled reader.

 

Start Date:

 

The course will hit your inbox starting May 28th.   It is open admission after that.

 

Price: $350 or $50 off if you are enrolled in the next Project 40 focusing on 40 days of tarot.

 

What You Need:

 

A tarot deck. I will be using the Rider-Waite deck for the lectures. This is the easiest deck to learn from and the most easily accessible.

 

A journal to document your findings.

 

How The Course Works:

 

You will be given a link and a password to the video lectures. Watch them at your leisure. You will also be sent a pdf with a sum up of each lecture as well as exercises to do with your deck. The sum up of each lecture will also be linked to the video

 

A series of mp3 meditations will be sent to you as well. They are to be used throughout your training.

 

Each one will help you journey along side the Fool as he leads you through the Major Arcana and introduces you to each of them. You are encouraged to journal at this time and track any dreams. There is also a private group that you will be privy to. Even after you have finished the course, the group will remain open to you. There will be beginners as well as advanced practitioners. I will jump in to answer any questions you have, link you to pertinent articles or just add to the conversation. Although interacting with the group is encouraged it is not mandatory.

 

Terms And Conditions:

 

Students must acknowledge my copyright of the videos, meditations, and information booklet and must agree to not copy the material in any medium, including paper, audio, or any electronic methods of reproduction, and not to give their their passwords, share links, pass on meditations, or booklets in any form. Any student that is found doing this will be expelled.

Students will be given a student number. This allows me to keep track of new and ongoing students.

Payment plans available. Drop me a line kat@katelanfoisy.com

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Wednesday
Mar122014

Pimp My Artwork 083: The Tarot


Wednesday
Feb262014

Pimp My Artwork 082: Bloodlines

The Full Hunger Moon was coming and promises had been made. I created these crowns specifically for The Witches Compass circle that evening. I had about a week to prep and so I rummaged through my drawers for bits of birch bark, vintage coyote fur, chicken bones, twine, and twigs. The first crown took about two days as I was playing with the structure a bit. Because of the time frame I had to use every day materials. The beginning of the first crown looked like this.

As the night went on it turned into this.

I created the other three crown in a day and a half, mostly working on them in the evening and looking for new materials to make each one distinct.

I created Valentine's for the ritual.

As the ritual approached we set up. Set-up is a two person team consisting of me and Damon Stang.

On the floor we drew a labyrinth and within stations for the elements. As guests made their way through the labyrinth hearts were given, dances were danced until they all stood outside to take the minds journey. Sacraments were given and vows made. We turned them from human to beast until one, one was collared, chosen and brought to the stage. There we crowned him King, the collar came off and it was his turn to bless the vows on hearts with blood. (Yes, fake blood.) From one hand to another he took the hearts and blessed them, the drums played in the background, the energy pulsating and just like that the feast began. The Hunger Moon brought the uniting of crowns, royalty and bloodlines. The Leo moon brought awareness and pride. The room stood filled with bodies partaking in wine and conversation amidst candlelight and a labyrinth whose walls had been unlocked.

All hail the King of Wolves, the Queen of Wolves, King of Serpents, and Queen of Crows. All hail the forest groves, the roots beneath the muddy earth, the bloodlines undulating under a blanketed sheet of snow.

With crowns at Catland Books.

Tuesday
Feb252014

Killin' It 087: The Brothers Booth

I'm in a new play called The Brothers Booth. A strange thing happened after I got the role of tarot reader. Cynthia asked me if there was a particular name I wanted for my character and I told her I'd think on it. A name kept coming to me "Violet Lee." It repeated until I finally gave the name with a few added characters.

Later in conversation I mentioned the name to Sister Enable, my partner in London Conjure. Much to my surprise she said, "Well that's interesting. She was my great Aunt. She used to read tarot and fortunes by the shore." And so Violet was reborn onto the stage and across the pond.

Directed by Wes Grantom, the production will be presented on the first Saturday of the month at The Players Club. Performances will be held March 1, April 5 and May 3 at 8 PM. 

Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Brothers Booth is set in 1919 in The Players Club — the former home of Edwin Booth — and features actors portraying John Drew (then-president of the Players Club) and John Singer Sargeant, as well as the ghosts of Edwin and John Wilkes Booth. The production also includes live jazz, moonshine and burlesque.

"Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Brothers Booth brings von Buhler's unique brand of immersive theater to the legends of John Wilkes and Edwin Booth," press notes state. "Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Brothers Booth is an immersive time-traveling theatrical experience, set in the renowned Players Club, which explores the sibling rivalry between Edwin and John Wilkes Booth."

Purchase your tickets here. VIP tickets are sold out.