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Mt. Analogue – Why pay people to attend classes?
For as many MT.A classes as we can afford to, we want to offer funding for neighbors to attend. For instance, for Fate is Kind we have roughly $250 for about five students. In brief, we want this to be a norm because, as college students gain social capital from attending elite colleges, and in time potential income and economic and social stability, we want to, in whatever ways we can, provide various forms of capital, economic and otherwise, for MT.A students.
Powderhorn / Central / Phillips friends!!
Confluence Studio is starting a neighborhood based school and our first class, Fate is Kind: Abstraction and Patterning in a Life with Others, a collaboration with Ross Elfline and Carleton College, is set to commence next month. Our first class is on Friday, February 5th. We’re looking for neighbors to join the class and can offer a $250 honorarium for your participation.