Sunday, Sep 29th 2019
11:00 AM - 03:00 PM (PDT)
1400 SE Oak Street
Are you a self-identified woman who has experienced trauma?
Are you addressing your trauma with plant medicine?
Are you looking to connect with other womxn healing trauma?
Maybe you're not sure what you have is trauma?
A community and destigmatization campaign, #thisisjaneproject is set out to document ONE MILLION womxn healing trauma through connection & cannabis and are excited to be landing in Portland Sunday, September 29th at 11am for our next gathering + participation in black-and-white photo activism campaign.
This is Jane Project organizes and documents inclusive communities of womxn for honest conversations around trauma, healing, and medicating with cannabis. Following the intimate gathering participants will have the opportunity to sit for a professional portrait.
"Never one to be accused of sugar coating, Nica brings raw honesty to her work, exploring themes such as grief, adoption, trauma, sexuality, race, relationships, gender dynamics, power, and voice. Poetry and essay are her medicines on days when it all seems like too much. In sharing her work, she hopes that you, the reader, can find bits of yourself and connect to the healing alchemy of storytelling".
We want to make this unique opportunity available to anyone interested and will keep the tickets at a reasonable cost. Those in need, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for info about limited sponsored tickets.
To respect everyone's time and vulnerability, we ask that you arrive promptly, and plan on staying for the duration of the event. There will be no entrance after 11:45 am.
Treats and smokeable(s) included in ticket price. Thank you, Stone Road!
Be sure to bring or wear a solid black shirt for the photoshoot.
This event accepts refunds until 7 day(s) before the event.