Camp Tipsy is an annual rotten boat building contest and camp-out organized by the San Francisco Institute of Possibility. Participants build "boats" out of junk to float in the East Park Reservoir. Come see what little it takes to build a boat!
Colin Fahrion is an artist, designer, web developer, shenaniganizer, Doer, and overall dapper individual. His artistic journey has let him to be a key organizer for several collaborative art events both large and small — SF Tweed, Balsa Man, All Worlds Fair, Fallen Cosmos — as well as participate in other shenanigans. He is on the board of the San Francisco Institute of Possibility arts organization whose goal it is to help “create a sustainable ecology of art” in the Bay Area. He is also an avid gamer and has tried his hand at game design. This connection to gaming has led him to be one of the organizers for Big Bad Con, a local Bay Area indie gaming convention that prides itself on inclusively and bringing new people into the world of gaming.
Chicken John is a musician, showman, activist, and author. He was a one-time San Francisco mayoral candidate, who garnered 8 percent of the city's vote, and has been long involved with the San Francisco arts community. He is currently the Executive Director of the San Francisco Institute of Possibility where he is one of the driving forces behind helping bringing ridiculous art ideas to life. This includes immersive art performances such as All Worlds Fair and Fallen Cosmos as well as fun campouts such as Camp Tipsy.
Courtney is a board member of the San Francisco Institute of Possibility and a member of The Calling All Choir. She also more than knows her way around a tool bench, having built her own teardrop trailer — currently working on building a second trailer! Skilled at organizing and inspiring people she has helped as an artist organizer for a number of SFIOP immersive art experiences such as All Worlds Fair and Fallen Cosmos.