We just wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who came out to Boston Decompression 2015: Mimesis and also thank everyone who was involved in making this event the huge success that it was! It was an incredible night filled with joy and laughter, music and art, creativity and community. So many people stepped up to contribute their art, share a performance and volunteer their time and energy to make Mimesis happen. All of that hard work was reflected back in one truly amazing night! Thank you all so so much!
As you can imagine, planning an event like this involves many different artists, various performers, contributors of all kinds, and volunteers; it takes a lot of time and organizing effort. Typically a group assembles anew in June to begin planning the Boston Decompression event, and those planning organizers work through the summer and fall, right up to the event date and beyond. A good number of creative and courageous people are involved in this planning effort. They are dedicated, hard working and eminently capable people who volunteer their time, energy and personal skill sets to make Boston Decompression happen. But as Boston Decompression grows in size and complexity there is always room for more planning help and fresh ideas. So if you think you’d be interested in stepping up to fill a planning role for the next Boston Decompression event, we would love to have you on the planning committee! Please fill out your name and email in this linked form and we will be sure to email you around June of next year to let you know when and where the first planning meeting will take place so that you can join and get involved from the start!
In the next week we will be sending out a link to a survey to gather more info on this year’s Decom, this will help us as we plan future events. Please respond when you you receive the email or see the link on Facebook. Your thoughts and opinions will help us immensely.
Ok, until next year, when we endeavor to do this all again!
2015 Boston Decompression Planning Committee
Lost and Found items:
Black women’s (nautical styled) peacoat, and a scarf
Bracelet (please describe when responding)