Arawana's work has taken her around the globe, sharing Social Presencing Theater, Meditation, 4D Mapping, and numerous other social practices designed to enrich communication and ethical living
Social Presencing Theater (SPT) is a social technology developed to enable, and facilitate systems change. It has been developed through a collaboration of MIT Professor Otto Scharmer, and Arawana Hayashi, as a part of the Presencing Institute.
Social Presencing Theater Basics. This is a two day in person course that introduces participants to the Social Presencing Theater practices. Watch a version of this done in Italy in 2016.
Arawana, Manish Srivastava, and Angela Baldini offer an online introductory course through Presencing Institute u.academy.
Continuing Social Presencing Theater deepens understanding of the practices and focuses on design and application of practices within specific contexts and settings.
Workshops are available that focus on The Village practice using Aesthetic Language Cards.
A Social Presencing Theater team offers 4-D Mapping (systems mapping) to clients either in person or remotely.
Arawana, Manish Srivastava, Angela Baldini and guest faculty offer a year-long training that includes individual mentoring and projects.
Arawana offers 3 to 10 day social art residencies either in the Hudson Valley, New York or in specific locations, in which participants create short performances based on sensing interviews. These are presented to spark innovation conversations in communities.
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