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    Passerbuys × Urban Outfitters Panels, Lectures, Workshops

    Panels, Lectures, Workshops


    Date & Time
    January 11, 2017, 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
    Venue
    Space Ninety 8
    98 N 6th St
    Brooklyn, NY 11249 United States
    Can't attend but would still like to support? Make a monetary donation to help sustain our programming.

    Plotting your next career move but not sure what your next step should be? If you’re a young creative looking for a little guidance, Passerbuys wants you to come hang with us for a night! We got together with a few of our inspiring friends - all of whom have been where you are now - to plan a special panel discussion just for you. At “I Graduated, What Now?,” our panelists will be sharing their real experiences and the advice they wish they had been given when they first started out.

    Moderated by Erin Allweiss - founder of No. 29.

    Featuring Panelists:

    • Shydeia Caldwell of Black Girl Magik
    • Susan Alexandra of Susan Alexandra
    • Grace Miceli of Art Baby Gallery
    • Janine Lee of Floss Gloss Ltd
    • Ellen Von Dusen of DUSEN DUSEN
    • Christina Coleman of Essence
    • Rachel Howe of Small Spells

    Disconnecting to Reconnect

    The Black Girl Magik collective supports each member in her healing journeys through our annual self-care break. During this time we disconnect from social media to the capacity our programming allows, the internet and other distractions to further reconnect with ourselves. Additionally, we take this time to re-engage with the mission of the collective and to return the root of what it means to organize and build collectively. We are now considering what this self-care break can look like when we invite transparency into our restoration process, and engage our community through physical programming.

    The main goal of our residency with Powrplnt is to provide resources for women of color to engage in restoration and healing and to define self-care on their terms. We aim to: 1) conjure the capacity to center the resilience of women of color; 2) provide resources for women of color to engage in restoration and healing with us, and to define self-care on their terms; 3) host programming, open studios and discussions for and with the community.

    Healing is a journey and we are honoring this journey as a collective by disconnecting from social media, the internet and other distractions to further reconnect with ourselves. We invite you to join us and can’t wait to share how you can meet us IRL.

    All Themes

    Reclaiming Pleasure
    Returning Home

    Reclaiming Pleasure

    "Reclaiming Pleasure" is the assertion of sexual power, alongside a period of recovery. It is a Black woman finding strength in her sensuality and grounding autonomy in the realms of pleasure and desire. It is the rejection of standards set on our ancestors and the distinction between agency and objectification.

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    Vibes (3)

    Resident DJ: Alfafa Brown

    vol. i — Trunode

    Resident DJ: ON MOMMAS

    vol. ii — In Practice of Being

    All Themes

    Reclaiming Pleasure
    Returning Home

    Returning Home

    “Returning Home” is an exploration back to lands, rituals and traditions that we have always known. It is voyaging and feeling at home as soon as you step foot on the ground. It is hearing music and your soul perceiving the frequencies. It is seeing a familiar face and knowing that somehow you have met before. “Returning Home” is a return to self.

    Our Stories(3)

    Conversations (1)

    Events (7)

    Vibes (3)

    Resident DJ: Poetic

    vol. i — Coming Home

    Resident DJ: Diva

    vol. ii — Congo Calypso

    All Themes

    Reclaiming Pleasure
    Returning Home