Earth Medicine: Celebrating the Living Goddess is the Theme of the November special exhibit at AWE Gallery Annex. Twenty artists are presenting their interpretations of this theme. The exhibit includes seasoned and emerging artists. This show concludes on Sunday November 30th — be sure to stop by and be engaged with the diverse images.
The Artists Reception is Friday November 7 from 7:00 – 9:00 PM. The reception will begin with a brief ritual, performance art by Judith Lavender Dancer and conversation with the artists. The event offers ASL interpretation.
The reception kicks off the Goddess Harvest Festival sponsored by herchurch.Goddess Harvest Festival November 7-9, 2014 see full schedule at www.herchurch.org
FRIDAY 7th: Art Opening at AWE Gallery with herchurch artists, curated by Jennifer Mantle and Katie Ketchum 7-9pm
SATURDAY 8th: 10am-5pm herMarketplace vendors-handmade wearables, jewelry, crystals, oils, candles, books, music, books, photography, & art-all in time for holiday giving!
SATURDAY 8th: 3pm-5pm Keynote Speaker, Adelia Sandoval, cultural director for the Acjachemen Nation, the indigenous people of Orange County, California. Theme: Earth Medicine: Celebrating the Living Goddess.
Her ministry is called Song of the Earth, a Native American Healing service in an outdoor sanctuary. Speaking about power (Earth Medicine) Adelia Sandoval says: “I’ve been taught that power isn’t about having control over a group of people. Women have the key to what true power is, and that is the ability to love. Loving is the most powerful thing you can do.”
SATURDAY 8th: 7pm-8:30pm FREE Concert featuring Devi Vaani, Gary Floyd and Katie Ketchum all presenting original music.
SUNDAY 9th: 10:30am, Liturgy of the Divine Feminine, 1pm-3pm live experiential workshops, and 1pm-4pm hermarketplace vendors.
Ebenezer/herchurch birthed this festival and conference to celebrate the shift toward co-operative healing and thriving through the power and embodiment of the prophetic wisdom and word of the Divine Feminine. We look forward to sharing this exciting festival and conference, bursting with events, discussion, arts, transformative experience, -all in celebration of the Living Goddess and our Mother Earth.