WHAT DO WE OFFER?

DoNation: A Nation of Doers

DoNation recognizes money as a form of energy

exchange, and also recognizes time/service

as another form of energy exchange.

There are three ways to participate

in a DoNation structure:

  1.  Participate as a Guest, contributing money and experiencing what is being offered by others
     

  2. Participate as a Contributor, giving time/service instead of money directly to the project
     

  3. Participate  as a Partial Contributor by giving a portion of your contribution in money, and a portion of your contribution in time/service

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Event Bookings

•  coordinating logistics with clarity and efficiency

•  linking talent with venues of expression

•  providing an extensive and diverse network of                      interdisciplinary creative artists from all across

the country

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Land

Connecting landowners with people, knowledge,

and ReSources to actualize creative visions for

innovative projects

Chautauqua Movement

A Chautauqua is like a carnival or circus. The difference is that where the intention of a circus is to spread entertainment, the intention of a Chautauqua is to spread consciousness.

We are compiling a caravan of buses (band bus, healing bus, circus bus, food bus, tea bus, red tent bus, sustainable living bus, art bus, children's bus, etc.) to travel the country sharing skills and offering services. We are manifesting buses and crew!

Check back this summer for the latest Chautauqua tour info.

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Networking

•  weaving a net to capture the energy of creative vision and channel it into systems conducive to amplifying its working potential

•  connecting isolated creative energy with structural containers to catalyze individuals and strengthen the whole

•  connecting isolated creative energy with structural containers to catalyze individuals and strengthen the whole

•  a "world wide web" beyond the medium of the computer

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DIY

•  coordinating infrastructure for co-creative projects

•  hosting skillshares, workshops, and collaborative creations

•  facilitating co-creative autonomy

•  working together to be self-sufficient

•  supporting independent artists, venues, and media

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background photo courtesy of Tom Cross