This group is for Denver area poets, Indigenous peoples, LGBTQ identifying peoples, and creative types interested in participating in workshops to improve your poetry skills and performing in monthly open mics to share your voice with the community.
Sacred Voices is hosting a deep dive series into the work of various local QTBIPOC+ artists. Participants are invited to attend and be in community.
About this event: Join us on September 18th at Union Hall Denver as we engage in Morgynne Tora's poetry chapbook 13 Lotu.
More about the artist: Morgynne Tora is an ultra-dimensional traveler, cultivator of culture, and collective faith keeper. They have a decade of experience in culturally relevant facilitation rooted in practices of indigenous storytelling. Morgynne practices veiqia, the tatu practice of the iTaukei people, with the intention of amplifying intergenerational healing and indigenization of the body. They are an artist of archival remembrance, diligently recording the dialogue between our collective bodies.