January 2, 2018
Unbound Roots presents Liberation

Unbound Roots presents Liberation

Thursday, April 16, 6–9pm
SOMArts, 934 Brannan St.

RSVP to this free, all ages program today!

Curated by Alie Jones and Toshia Christal, Unbound Roots challenges the self-care industry by expanding discussions around Black wellness practices rooted in mental, spirituality and community care. Unbound Roots transcend through acceptance, pleasure, and liberation providing a safe space that encourages individual awareness, generational healing, and high vibratory engagements.

Liberation rounds out the exhibition programs on Thursday, April 16, 6–9pm. Featuring performances by vocalist Indigo Mateo and Aïma The Dreamer, the closing program inspires intentional play and body movement—to wiggle, dance, and be unbound.

Free and all ages, the curators invite guests to wear shades of purple representing harmony of mind and emotions, connection to higher consciousness, transformation, royalty, and imagination.

Unbound Roots presents Liberation
Accessibility information
SOMArts Cultural Center is located on 934 Brannan Street. The main entrance can be found down the driveway, which is wheelchair accessible, however, the pavement is uneven. SOMArts Cultural Center is a low scent environment, service animals are welcome. 

Indigo Mateo
Aïma The Dreamer

Alie Jones
Toshia Christal

Image credit: Cori Pillows, image courtesy of the artist.

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