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The Course

The Course

The Course

The Course

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As the racist, capitalist and patriarchal world crumbles around us, we invite people to design long-lasting systems for support and solidarity that can ensure that our species can outlast the coming social, economic and planetary emergencies. Participants in the courses experiment with how to organize and value the support they need to survive and thrive in the coming new world.

We offer several courses every year, each shaped to fit common collective needs. Sometimes we organize a course for a certain group of people.

For example, in 2021 we are hosting courses especially for healthcare workers or people who identify as men. In each course people from around the world meet for six online sessions where we practice and discuss the social skills, values, and priorities that are central to the Hologram model. Each person will leave the course empowered to assemble and participate in their own Hologram. At the conclusion of the course, all participants are invited to join the Community of Practice, an autonomous community of hologram practitioners. All of the courses have an application which you must fill to be considered.

The Hologram courses are led by two people from our team of facilitators


Facilitation Team

Facilitation Team

Facilitation Team


Cassie Thornton is an artist and activist from the US, currently living in Canada. She refers to herself as a feminist economist, a title that frames her work as that of a social scientist actively preparing for the economics of a future society that produces health and life without the tools that reproduce oppression— like money, police or prisons. She is currently the co-director of the Re-Imagining Value Action Lab in Thunder Bay, an art and social centre at Lakehead University in Ontario, Canada.
Lita Wallis is a youth worker and informal educator based in Gwynedd, Wales. Whether in her work or her personal life, Lita has spent much of her time experimenting with different shapes of supportive relationships (eg. cooperatives, triangles, tripods, flows & webs,) that challenge the ways society teaches us to relate. She joined the Hologram team in March 2020, when she helped to build the first course. Since then her role has been to share the Hologram model, and work out how to make it as useful to as many people as possible.
(Sir) Lyra Hill is an interdisciplinary artist, educator and organizer from California. They operate as a synthesist and Master of Ceremonies, drawing on disparate and expanding bodies of knowledge to understand, illuminate, and reconfigure oppressive power dynamics whenever and wherever possible. They love people and strive to cultivate a candid faith in humanity, which is why they are so excited by the generative infrastructure of the Hologram. Don't let their silliness fool you into thinking they are not also serious.
Nat Boon is a youth worker and a trainee counsellor from London. He joined the hologram team very recently as a trainee facilitator after having a great time on the course in the autumn of 2020. He is interested in how hierarchies define care and wishes we all lived in an Ursula le Guin story
Tyler Rai is an artist and producer whose work is invested in creating forms of care between human and ecological bodies. She helps artists, projects, and organizations with her Capricornian energy in admin, operation, and dream support. This is the second Hologram course she is assisting with Cassie and The Hologram Team. In her spare time, she researches geological deep time and contemplates writing a sci-fi opera about ice.