Upcoming events that I've worked on, that I highly recommend, or that my friends are producing. #attend #engage #makefriends
Hayao Miyazaki is a Japanese film director, producer, screenwriter, animator, author, and manga artist. A co-founder of Studio Ghibli, a film and animation studio, he has attained international acclaim as a masterful storyteller and as a maker of anime feature films, and is widely regarded as one of the greatest animation directors. This kiki ball aims to further the pacific northwest’s knowledge of categories within the ball culture. Join us to experience, learn, and participate in this electrifying event!
Join us in the beautiful new space of R/West for drinks and lively conversation wiht other digitally-minded ladies. We'll celebrate the first day of spring with a view overlooking the city. You're welcome to come to network or just have fun and relax. Tickets are free, drinks and appetizers are sponsored by R/West.
Tender Table is a storytelling platform featuring femmes of color and nonbinary people of color and their stories about food, family, and identity.
Jolby & Friends is proud to present an International Women’s Day Fundraising Spectacular! On Saturday, March 10th our studio will be transformed into an Art Gallery, Silent Auction and Shop featuring work from over 40 artists from across the country who have generously donated pieces that they feel represent the theme of: WOMEN. All proceeds will be donated to Rose Haven, a Portland-based shelter serving women and children who have experienced the trauma of abuse, loss of home and poverty.
A new mini-summit for influencers, brands and consumers interested in making the fashion industry more inclusive. Engaging conversations and programming with some of the best and brightest in fashion in MN.
A Creative Mornings talk with my friend and one of my favorite Twin Cities denizens, Robyne Robinson. Robyne is best known as an Emmy-winning news broadcaster in the Twin Cities – she was the first African American prime time anchor in Minnesota. Robyne also produced and hosted the first nightly arts and entertainment segment in a major newscast. She is only the second African-American to run for higher office in the state of Minnesota as a candidate for Lieutenant Governor.
On August 4th-6th, artists and community organizers from the Twin Cities will host the first MidWest Mixed Conference, to explore themes connected to multiracial identities & families with art at the center. In a nation and world that has a growing number of people who identify as mixed race, we see the urgency of shining light on the diverse experiences of mixed people and families, as well as putting forward stories that can both unite us, and also deepen our analysis of the state of racial issues in this world.
POJ LAIB LAUS. Old Gangster Ladies. Bad Girls. Badass Women. However you want to translate it, Hmong women of different ages combine forces to speak their minds, tell their truths, re-tell unconventional folktales, and make some original comedy.
Placing her cancer interior and exterior into a creative context, NOW is a series of photographs, sculptures, and design work that presents the physical and emotional transitions Boecher encountered during her cancer treatments in 2015. It presents a nontraditional perspective of living with cancer that is not only cathartic and direct, but also provocative, playful, and at times irreverent.
Join Pollen on June 7 to hear from those who are navigating this new way of doing business and have emerged from collaborative work environments relatively unscathed. They’ll share their insights about what works and what doesn’t, how to navigate the power dynamics at play, what obstacles you can expect along the way, and how to handle it all #LikeABoss.