Rivers of Honey
Monthly Spirit & FIre Circles on one level
& holistic workshops on another level
12pm-1pm: Network & mingle, Bring something to share with a few like food & beverage (bring your yoga mats if you like, for video yoga, eating safe & healthy on a food stamp budget )
A. ~Upstairs~ writing Circle
B. ~Downstairs~ Discussions
A. Downstairs ~lets talk POLITICS, current events, and how art can……..
B. Upstairs~ Artistic creativity, & sharing (Yes, bring that writing, song, poem, etc you are working on)
WOMYN OF COLOR ONLY 21+
Donations are not require but are welcome
Saturday January 12, 2013 ~12pm
279 Empire Blvd BK NY
2 train to Sterling/
Q train to Prospect Park , walk a little
Questions , firstname.lastname@example.org
Peace & Blessings
Rivers of Honey presents Warrior Women – this Friday, March 1st. (Join the event on Facebook!)
Gather with us as we highlight women of color artists and warriors!
Honoring the Goddess Oshun
Womyn of Color Open Mic starts at 8:00pm
(5 slots, 3 min.)
Hanifah Walidah – Unleashing new releases
Kristyn – R&B singer/songwriter from Phili
Rosita Libre de Marulanda -poet and community warrior
Foxy Squire -Dark Burlesque
Olga El – and Kandake Dance
Troi Lauren -Singer from Phili
and more…including a chance to win a trip to Wasteland Weekend!
Co-Hosted by Jamila Capitman and Jeaninne Kayembe
March Altar Goddess: Jamila Capitman
DJ ZENA will be holding down the sound
March 1, 2013
***$10-$20 @ the door.
Doors open at 7:30pm
59-61 East 4th street
Btw Bowery & 2nd Ave
New York City
Get there early for a seat and to sign up for the open mic!
Program Design: Sissy Van Dyke
Sound: DJ Zena
We’ll see you there.
Co-Produced by Jaz Cruz & Shawn Smith
The Rivers of Honey Team
The show also included:
Genesis Tramaine (photo credit: Charla Harlow)
I am a female painter with a masculine spirit. My passion translates, as I create abstract portraits of men and women who transcend blackness as political or representative. I consider the individual because that’s the way I like to be considered. Painting is one of the ways I stay connected to my complexion as a woman. My paintings invoke the voices of ancestors and give praise to the world around me. I am totally excited about art; it’s really the only thing I think about. Using an urban and raw approach, I create pieces with daring and provocative uses of color. Where I‘m from, blue and purple are regular expressions of black skin. I use exaggerated features and at times “jester-like” facial expressions to give focus to my unique interpretation of the black face. Each painting captures spirited emotion and is intended to lend focus to the untapped, underrepresented spirit of Black People. My social and political consciousness as a woman painter is informed by the constant challenges I face as a woman of color due to the societal imbalances of race, class and gender. The daily rhythm of these experiences has the greatest impact on the shape, structure and depth of each painting.
Lyfe Silva (photo credit: (photo credit: Dexter Jones)
Lyfe Silva is a Mother, Lover, Healer, Dancer and Sculptor who currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Born in 1986, Lyfe possess the fervor of a 2 year old and the spirit of an old crone. The perfect embodiment of a modern day renaissance woman, Lyfe lives to create. Currently working to create synergy in her life’s work, she balances all her many titles by working in spirit and allowing the universe to move through her. As a healer Lyfe works to assist her community in developing healthy loving relationships with their mind body and spirit. Dancing is one of her deepest passions for it is through dance that she is able to reside in the freedom of her essence. Lyfes introduction to the Visual Arts community will consist of a collaboration with Artist Genesis Tramaine, which will be featured in Medusa’s Revenge in spring 2013. In the meantime Lyfe will continue move