Thanks to all the performers, healers, teaching artists, witches, safety + accessibility team members, volunteers, collaborating groups, neighbors and old + new fam who came through to make STAY so, so, so beautiful.
Info about STAY is below <3
Saturday Nov. 5 - Sunday Nov. 6, 2016
@ Liberating Ourselves Locally
1234 23rd Ave. b/w E. 12th - E. 14th (International Blvd)
and surrounding venues
Stay rooted. Stay ready. Stay close.
Oakland STAY Festival is a free QTPOC Resilience Festival presented by Peacock Rebellion in collab w/ Liberating Ourselves Locally, Oakland SOL - Sustaining Ourselves Locally, BLOOM: Transgender Community Healing Project, East Side Arts Alliance, The How Spirit Moves Us Project, Shootingstar Botanicals, The Temple of Hood AlKemy and more
Celebrate queer and trans people of color cultural resistance to gentrification, violence, and displacement, with
FREE arts workshops
a FREE cultural resistance design lab and lounge
a FREE show + open mic feat. Oakland and Bay Area natives sharing their visions and stories of Oakland.
Workshops + peer circles on:
* plant-based medicine
* gardening + food justice
* building safety teams
* radical mental health + care teams
* game design as radical imagination
Get the most updated schedule here
Saturday November 5th
workshops + design lab
Sunday November 6th
1pm - 4pm
workshops + design lab + healing justice practice space w/ Reiki healing, contemplative practice and a mental health peer circle
doors open @ EastSide Arts Alliance for STAY: Oakland show + open mic
Featuring Bay Area born and raised artists:
Carrie Leilam Love
Tanea de Viejo Frisco
STAY: Oakland show
Questions? Want to volunteer with us?
Sponsored in part by the Akonadi Foundation's Beloved Community Fund, with ongoing support by the Left Tilt Fund and the California Arts Council. Healing justice practice space + clinic sponsored by Akonadi Foundation's #SoLoveCanWin Fund.
Check them out to get cash for your POC-centered work!!
Liberating Ourselves Locally (LOL) is wheelchair-accessible, including a brand-new accessible restroom, except for no push-buttons on the front door. The restroom will have been painted with zero-VOC paint about 1 week before the show. Air purifier will be running.
Eastside Arts Alliance is fully wheelchair-accessible.
Oakland SOL's entrance does not have a push-button opening and the restroom has been a tight fit in the doorway and has a smaller turnaround radius, but has been workable for friends using wheelchairs.
* Please show up fragrance free in order to avoid getting our staff, friends, loves, and community sick. Get info here: http://
* Deadline to request ASL interpretation and childcare (email firstname.lastname@example.org)