Join us for the premiere we kickoff Her place is in Color, the first in a series of projects for our larger movement, Her Place is In.
It's a celebration of diversity, a redefinition of beauty, and empowerment of femininity, for everyone.
It's our opening night, and this is our chance to celebrate with our people, and our people's people. Besides a colorful mess of an (interactive) photo gallery, there will be a bunch of badass local female vendors, plenty of prints to buy, a ton of homemade oatmeal chocolate chip cookies & vegan snacks, amazing humans to meet, and lots of music to shake ya booty to. We'd love to have you! And your mama! And your whole tribe!
Opening Night Break Down:
7:00 pm - Opening Reception
8:00 pm - Her Place is in Color Film Screening
8:30 - 10:00 pm - Mix & Mingle
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Tickets are donation based. If you'd like to support the movement and help us do more of this in the future (thank you!!):
DONATE to Her Place is In: paypal.me/herplaceisin or at the door.
Our Mission: Her Place is In
There is no doubt injustice pervades our society. It affects all of us. Whether it’s as intangible as a mindset or as physical as the place we choose to live. We are often molded by society’s expectations.
As women, we have experienced being systematically. But we see this same problem everywhere. We see it in our own mindsets and in the systems and structures that surround us. We see wherever people are trying to diversify a space or redefine a social standard.
People are told where they should belong to, how they should act, and where their place is.
But we don't think we are stuck here, in fact, we believe change is very much possible. And although it will be difficult, it doesn’t have to be boring.
Change can be colorful, loud, and full of love.
So with that in mind, we present, “Her Place is In: Color,” the first in a series of projects, with the overarching title, "Her Place is In." It's a step to try to identify and break out of some of these molds. It's an opportunity for all of us to reflect on our lives, the people and systems, and structures that have held us up or tried to push us down, and
It’s a celebration of diversity.
It’s a redefinition of beauty.
It’s the empowerment of femininity, for everyone.