Schedule at a Glance

Schedule at a Glance

Reserve your place on the Tickets & Registration page.  The Ecosex Workshop/Residency in Colchester, Essex is full.  Tickets are still available for the symposium and performance nights.

 

Madrid, Spain (completed)

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Date   Event Location/Venue 
May 24 
Friday
The Political Ramifications of Assuming the Ecosexual Position
A public lecture by Annie Sprinkle & Elizabeth Stephens
Museum Reina Sophia
May 25 
Saturday
Ecosex in the Age of Neoliberalism
Workshop is only open to students of the Somateca Program
Museum Reina Sophia

Bourges, France (completed)

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Date   Event Location/Venue 
July 4
Thursday
Assuming the Ecosexual Position
Annie Sprinkle & Elizabeth Stephens’ visiting artist lecture
Emmetrop Cultural Center
July 5
Friday
1st International Ecosex Film Festival
Featuring Goodbye Gauley Mountain; An Ecosexual Love Story
Emmetrop Cultural Center
July 6
Saturday

Ecosex Walking Tour
The Ecosex Walking Tour is offered as both a single event and as part of the workshop below. So if you’d like to just attend the Walking Tour you can register separately.

Emmetrop Cultural Center
July 6-7
Saturday-Sunday
Explore Ecosexuality! 25 Ways to Make Love with the Earth: Workshop
With Luke Dixon, Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle
Emmetrop Cultural Center
July 7
Sunday
La Grande Eco-Bouffe!
Experience an eco-gasmic feast that will delight all your senses.
Emmetrop Cultural Center

Colchester, Essex England

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Date   Event Location/Venue 
July 14
Sunday
Arrive: Swimming Gathering at Preston Hall
July 15-18
Monday-Thursday
Ecosex Workshop/Residency
Four days of creating ecosex projects. 
Prested Hall
July 19-20 Symposium Panels Colchester Arts Centre
July 20 
Saturday
An Evening of Ecosex Performance Colchester Arts Centre

London, England

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Date   Event Location/Venue 
July 24 
Wednesday

Earthy: An EcoSex Boot Camp 
A new performance by Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle, directed by Patty Gallagher.

Conway Hall