Tuesday, April 3, 7-10pm
Good for Her, Toronto
Eros is an essential part of who we are as human beings, but how do we connect with our erotic selves in a culture that often tries to shame us for them? How do we stay sexually alive? What do our metaphorical erotic spaces look like and feel like for us and how do we enter them? Erospace is a new community-engaged art project that asks questions about what we want and the honest nature of our desires.
There are new and important conversations happening every day right now around unwanted sex. In an inverse and complementary way, I want to start to have more honest conversations about the sex that we do want.
In this three hour hands-on workshop for women*, I invite you to be my one of my initial collaborators for Erospace. Together, you’ll join me in a variety of artistic experiments and discussion about how we access our pleasure and how that changes throughout our lives.
By being honest about who we are erotically, and transforming our stories through art, we can deepen our ability to talk about and accept ourselves and each other as sexual beings.
*includes ciswomen, transwomen, and non-binary folks, no artistic experience necessary.