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Favianna takes us on a tour of political history through art and culture, and how to take action in our communities. We are given insight into cultural shifts and the effects of changing the narratives as a starting point to changing policies.
Wow! So powerful!
We have Favianna Rodriguez for May 22nd’s talk themed FREEDOM. Favianna is an artist and activist. Watch this sneak peak about her.
Creative Mornings Oakland is proud to announce our speaker for May’s Freedom themed talk: the sensational Favianna Rodriguez.
It will be held on a Thursday, May 22nd, 8:30a at Impact HUB in downtown Oakland.
Favianna Rodriguez is a transnational interdisciplinary artist and cultural organizer on a mission to create profound and lasting social change in the world. Her art and collaborative projects address migration, global politics, economic injustice, patriarchy, and interdependence. Favianna’s practice is grounded in the desire to humanize and empower communities who are impacted by inequality and racism. She spends time on the front lines with affected communities, researching policies and supporting fellow artists of color and migrants through resources, mentorship, and collaborative opportunities. Born and raised in Oakland, California, Favianna’s earliest mentors were artists and movement leaders in the Chicano and Black Arts Movement. When Favianna is not making art, she is directing CultureStrike, a national arts organization that engages artists, writers and performers in migrant rights.
Freedom she exudes. It should be a great one. Don’t forget to sign up for your free ticket!
Our last event in April was great! Check out our photos from our talk with Nenna Joiner from feelmore510, at Era Art Bar.
After Friday’s inspiring talk by Nenna Joiner on the topic of Sex & Creativity, we want to make the “afterglow” last a little longer. Check out Nenna’s triumphant gallery exhibition Sugar in the Raw.
For any locals out there, go visit the aesthetically pleasing, otherworldly experience that is Feelmore510, in the heart of Downtown Oakland. Nenna will take good care of you. Anyone from CreativeMornings receives a 15% discount on product.
Stay Sexy my friends.
Time to get a little sexy, Oakland. Join us this April 25th for a talk on Sex and Creativity!
Get your tix on the 21st 11am, For Free!
About our Speaker: An entrepreneuer of her own brand, Nenna Joiner takes pride in knowing and being a part of Oakland, while doing what she can to turn the sex industry on its head. From setting good examples in small business etiquette to educating the town on their safe sexual exploration, she has made a mark in several creative ventures. She is a two-time Feminist Porn winner, has been appointed by the mayor as commissioner on Measure Y Oversight Committee for Oakland, and has a new book coming out in May, Faith, Flesh & Finance. Catch Nenna making films, curating galleries, or doing her own version of the Vagina Monologues with an Oakland spin. But most importantly hear her speak on the topic of Sex in Creativity at our upcoming CreativeMornings Oakland.
Check out our latest #hidden lecture with Francisco Sanchez from TDK crew. See more photos here http://bit.ly/1mxZ7IS !
Check out a legend at work. Vogue from TDK Crew working his magic on an unlikely canvas collaborating with Bam.
Catch him tomorrow at our #hidden themed CreativeMornings Oakland. 3/28, 8:30a, @ OSA BlackBox Theatre.
Get your Tickets! bit.ly/1dRglid
Dropping some knowledge of the #hidden lifestyle of street art in Oakland, Francisco Sanchez with special guest Vogue will represent TDK crew 3/28, 8:30a, @ Oakland School for the Arts Black Box theatre.
Francisco plans to not only educate the world about what the street art scene does in Oakland, but also hit the message at its core about respect for community and achieving positivity.
Wow, our first will be memorable! Tony Calzaretta, VP of Creative at Pandora explained to us how to tame our inner dragons, how to overcome uncertainties in our careers. Very inspiring.
Check out the rest of the photos on Flickr. You may see a familiar face…